TRIVIAL PURSUIT LIVE! - Question & Answers Collection

Game Discussion: TRIVIAL PURSUIT LIVE!

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    Posted on 09 May 15 at 11:00, Edited on 12 May 16 at 00:27 by Spilner
    Big update
    Mike Marcelais has used his impressive skills to find the source code for the questions and their answers, he's got a zip file here that contains text files for each language, I'm going to put the US English answers in here as before to keep up with the WT and my solutions.

    Huge thanks to him and of course to everyone who contributed to the original list which I will move to the second post by me in this thread to keep them as a record.


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    Geography
    • About what percentage of Turkey is geographically in Asia? 95%
    • Angel Falls, pictured here, is located in which South American country? Venezuela
    • As of 2012, which country is the world's leading rice exporter? Thailand
    • As of 2014, what are the only two countries in the world that allow prescription drug ads on TV? New Zealand & US
    • As of 2014, where is the oldest surviving McDonald's restaurant? Downey, CA
    • As of 2014, which country is the largest manufacturer of wind turbines and solar panels? China
    • Bombay is the former name of which Indian city? Mumbai
    • Climbing Mount Everest is like climbing the Empire State Building how many times? 23 Times
    • Commonly associated with the animal pictured here, which Australian island state is an archipelago of more than 300 islands? Tasmania
    • Easter Island is a special territory of which South American country? Chile
    • Found in Africa, south of the Sahara, what type of bird is pictured here? Crested Crane
    • How many stars are on the Chinese flag? 5
    • How many time zones does Canada have? Six
    • If you are looking at Mount Vesuvius in person, in which European country would you find yourself? Italy
    • If you live in Tahiti, what country are you a citizen of? France
    • In what U.S. park can you find an Alice in Wonderland statue and read lines from the poem "Jabberwocky"? Central Park
    • In what borough of NYC would you find the neighborhood commonly referred to as FiDi? Manhattan
    • In what country are people customarily considered to be one year old at birth? China
    • In what country can you visit the temple Angkor Wat, pictured here? Cambodia
    • In what country did the Shinto religion originate? Japan
    • In what country was The Lord of the Rings trilogy of films shot? New Zealand
    • In what country will you find the leaning building pictured here? Italy
    • In what country would you find the mountain pictured here? Japan
    • In what country would you find the oldest tree in the world, an ancient Norway spruce discovered in 2004? Sweden
    • In what major U.S. city would you find the bridge pictured here? San Francisco
    • In what river would you find the meat-eating fish pictured here? Amazon
    • In what state would you find a town with the unusual name "Hopeulikit"? Georgia
    • In which U.S. state is Death Valley located? California
    • In which country would you find Africa's highest mountain? Tanzania
    • In which country would you traditionally order bird's nest soup? China
    • Manx cats, known for having no tails, originate from what island off Ireland's coast? Isle of Man
    • On Christmas Eve, what country's citizens leave porridge as a treat for their version of Santa? Norway
    • Pictured here, what African river flows into the Victoria Falls? Zambezi River
    • Robusta and Arabica are common varieties of what type of bean? Coffee
    • Santorini is an island off the coast of what Mediterranean country? Greece
    • Sochi, the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, sits on what body of water? Black Sea
    • The "Sleeping Giant" can be found off the coast of which Canadian city? Thunder Bay, Ontario
    • The Gobi Desert covers parts of Mongolia and what other country? China
    • The International Criminal Court is located in what European city? The Hague
    • The Kremlin, pictured here, is at the heart of what European capital city? Moscow
    • The Palace of Culture and Science is located in which of these cities? Warsaw
    • The Statue of Liberty was a gift given to the U.S. by what country? France
    • The Taj Mahal was built to function as what type of building? Mausoleum
    • The West Highland White Terrier, or Westie, is believed to have originated in what country? Scotland
    • The first aerial photo was taken from a hot air balloon over which city, pictured here? Paris
    • The highest weather temperature ever recorded was 134°F in what country? US
    • The rubber tree is native to what continent? South America
    • What Canadian body of water, when frozen, is known as "The World's Largest Skating Rink"? Rideau Canal
    • What English nickname has been given to the kind of Japanese high-speed rail train pictured here, known locally as Shinkansen? Bullet Trains
    • What Latin American holiday celebrates family and friends who have passed away? Day of the Dead
    • What NYC luxury apartment building is said to house the largest group of U.S. billionaires? 740 Park
    • What New Zealand harbor town is so boat happy that it's known as the "City of Sails"? Auckland
    • What South American mountain range, pictured here, is the source of the Amazon river? Andes
    • What acronym are the Caribbean Islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao known by? ABC Islands
    • What are Caribbean steel drums like those pictured here traditionally made from? Oil Drums
    • What are the two most widely spoken languages in South America? Portuguese & Spanish
    • What body of water do Saudi Arabia, Israel and Egypt all border? Red Sea
    • What body of water separates England and Norway? North Sea
    • What canal, pictured here, links the Atlantic and Pacific oceans? Panama Canal
    • What country boasts more bomb shelters per capita than any other country? Switzerland
    • What country has the world's shortest escalator? Japan
    • What country is typically associated with the flowers pictured here? The Netherlands
    • What country was named after the large amount of prawns that were found in its rivers? Cameroon
    • What country's name is a Native American word for "big village"? Canada
    • What does an upside-down "V" symbol on a map indicate? Campground
    • What does the Cantonese name of the city of Hong Kong, pictured here, translate to in English? Fragrant Harbor
    • What does the name of the country Sierra Leone literally translate to? "Lion Mountains"
    • What form of life is not found on Antarctica? Reptiles
    • What hat, like the ones pictured here, takes its name from the Spanish word for "shade"? Sombrero
    • What is Canada's largest island? Baffin
    • What is Greece's largest and most southern island? Crete
    • What is the capital of Brazil? Brasilia
    • What is the capitol of Djibouti? Djibouti
    • What is the currency of China? Renminbi
    • What is the former name of the country now known as Zimbabwe? Rhodesia
    • What is the main ingredient of the seafood dish shown here? Squid
    • What is the name of both an ancient set of trade routes and a group of musicians led by cellist Yo-Yo Ma? The Silk Road
    • What is the name of the substance, shown here, that erupts from a volcano? Lava
    • What is the name of the westerly wind current that divides air masses of different temperatures? Jet Stream
    • What is the only county in Great Britain that has two coasts? Devon
    • What is traditionally broken at the end of a Jewish wedding? Glass
    • What island chain boasts Eniwetok Atoll, the site of the first H-bomb test? Marshall Islands
    • What island is the fourth largest in the world and shares a name with an animated film starring Chris Rock and Jada Pinkett-Smith? Madagascar
    • What kind of work does a cartographer do? Mapmaking
    • What letter is on the hot water tap in France? C
    • What modern-day country was formerly called Mesopotamia? Iraq
    • What mountain range includes Mount Everest and translates to "home of snow"? Himalayas
    • What mountain, pictured here, is the second highest above sea level in the world? K2
    • What mountainous country's national flag features a llama and a condor? Bolivia
    • What narrow country covers more than half of South America's western coastline? Chile
    • What number is considered especially unlucky in Chinese, Korean and Japanese cultures? Four
    • What region of Argentina and Chile is also the name of an outdoor apparel company? Patagonia
    • What state implemented a "cap and trade" program in 2012 to control carbon emissions? California
    • What terrier dog breed and type of pudding are both named after a county in England? Yorkshire
    • What type of landform is a cay? Island
    • What word for an eye condition can also refer to a waterfall? Cataract
    • What word is commonly used to toast "cheers" in Germany? Prost
    • What's the snowiest large city in the continental U.S.? Rochester, NY
    • Where did Chuck Norris battle Bruce Lee in the film Return of the Dragon? Roman Colosseum
    • Where did the first Hard Rock Café open in 1971? London
    • Where do two-thirds of the world's population of fur seals, like those pictured here, go to breed every year? Islands off the coast of Alaska
    • Where is Prince Edward Island? Canada
    • Where is most of the world's fresh water stored? Ice
    • Where is the Bay of Fundy, which is known for having the highest tides in the world? Nova Scotia
    • Where were many of Hollywood's classic westerns filmed? Sedona
    • Where would you find the Seven Mile Bridge? Florida Keys
    • Which Christian feast day does the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro end on? Shrove Tuesday
    • Which Hawaiian island is home to Waikiki? Oahu
    • Which city hosted the 2008 Summer Olympic Games? Beijing
    • Which country annually hosts La Tomatina, the world's largest food fight involving tomatoes? Spain
    • Which country does not border Brazil? Chile
    • Which country is a self-governing territory within the kingdom of Denmark? Greenland
    • Which country, as pictured here, has the westernmost point of mainland Europe? Portugal
    • Which fish, pictured here, does a chef need a special license to prepare in Japan? Fugu
    • Which island is the "boot" of Italy kicking? Sicily
    • Which nut is the official state nut of Oregon? Hazelnut
    • Which of the following states does not participate in daylight saving time? Indiana
    • Which of these African countries is not an island nation? Mozambique
    • Which of these Eastern European countries was not part of the former Yugoslavia? Albania
    • Which of these North American cities is the furthest east? Los Angeles
    • Which of these car manufacturers is not Japanese? Hyundai
    • Which of these countries does not border Poland? Hungary
    • Which of these countries has only one time zone? China
    • Which of these countries is not one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council? Germany
    • Which of these countries shares a border with South Africa? Namibia
    • Which of these famous landmarks is not in Rome? La Sagrada Familia
    • Which of these is an official language of Papua New Guinea? English
    • Which of these latitude lines is the most northerly? Tropic of Cancer
    • Which of these regions is not part of the United Arab Emirates? Jordan
    • Which one of these cities is in the northern hemisphere? New Delhi
    • Which state borders North Dakota? Montana
    • Who is not featured in the sculpture carved into Mount Rushmore, pictured here? Benjamin Franklin

    Entertainment
    • According to Deee-Lite, in what bodily organ does "groove" reside? Heart
    • Actress Sandra Bullock won an Academy Award in 2010 for her role in what film? The Blind Side
    • Dominic West portrays hardened cop Jimmy McNulty in which TV series? The Wire
    • Governor Chris Christie claims he's attended 130 concerts of what New Jersey musician? Bruce Springsteen
    • In Super Size Me, what restaurant did filmmaker Morgan Spurlock eat at for 30 days straight? McDonald's
    • In the TV series Friends, which male character does Rachel Green never have a romantic relationship with? Chandler
    • In the animated TV series Ben 10, what is the name of the watch-like alien device that Ben Tennyson wears? Omnitrix
    • In the film Avatar, the Na'vi tribe have what color skin? Blue
    • In the remake of True Grit, Jeff Bridges starred in the role that was originally played by whom? John Wayne
    • In what band would you find members will.i.am and apl.de.ap? The Black Eyed Peas
    • In what film did Daniel Craig make his first appearance as James Bond? Casino Royale
    • In what film did Russell Crowe play Maximus Decimus Meridius? Gladiator
    • In what musical does the cast sing about 525,600 minutes? Rent
    • In what rock band would you find Paul Hewson and David Evans? U2
    • In which country did the reality TV show Big Brother originally air? Netherlands
    • In which of these Katherine Heigl films did her character get married? 27 Dresses
    • Kate Moss became the face for which designer clothing brand when she was 18? Calvin Klein
    • Marion Cotillard won an Academy Award for portraying which famous French singer? Édith Piaf
    • On a film set, what is the long pole with a microphone on the end of it like the one pictured here called? Boom
    • On what television series did The Simpsons debut as animated shorts? The Tracey Ullman Show
    • Steve Martin, known for his comedy and writing, is also famous for playing which instrument? Banjo
    • The 2010 film The Social Network is about the founding of what website? Facebook
    • The bands Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Nirvana were part of a "scene" in which U.S. city, pictured here? Seattle
    • The crystal ball that drops in Times Square on New Year's Eve is made by what company? Waterford
    • The two main male characters in TV series The Big Bang Theory are named after what U.S. film producer, director and actor? Sheldon Leonard
    • U2's "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" was released on the soundtrack of what Batman film? Batman Forever
    • What 1960s cartoon duo battled spies named Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale? Rocky & Bullwinkle
    • What 1990s TV series featured a hang-out named "The Peach Pit"? Beverly Hills, 90210
    • What 1998 film about an unemployed bowler inspired fan "fests" all over the United States? The Big Lebowski
    • What 2013 space thriller featured the tagline "Don't let go"? Gravity
    • What 3 1/2 pound accessory did Oprah wear on the cover of the September 2013 issue of O Magazine? Wig
    • What Beatles song was downloaded the most in the United States the first day iTunes began selling their music in 2010? "Here Comes the Sun"
    • What Beatles tune ranked number one on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the top 100 Fab Four tunes? "A Day in the Life"
    • What Black Eyed Peas song was the most downloaded song of all time on iTunes when Apple announced the list in 2010? I Gotta Feeling
    • What British comedian and actor did singer Katy Perry marry in 2010? Russell Brand
    • What British rock group released a debut album called Parachutes? Coldplay
    • What Canadian singer was "Rockin' in the Free World" with the release of his 1989 album Freedom? Neil Young
    • What Hollywood film studio's logo is a mountain surrounded by 22 stars? Paramount
    • What House actor released a rhythm and blues album called Let Them Talk? Hugh Laurie
    • What James directed the films Titanic and Avatar? Cameron
    • What R&B crooner born in Honolulu was an Elvis impersonator at 4 years old? Bruno Mars
    • What TV family lives on Cemetery Lane? The Addams Family
    • What TV political thriller features a Washington, D.C. "fixer" who is in love with the president? Scandal
    • What TV series takes place in the fictional town of Sunnydale, California? Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    • What Twitter aficionado was once married to Demi Moore? Ashton Kutcher
    • What U.S. novelist was the creator of Jurassic Park and the TV medical drama series ER? Michael Crichton
    • What Law & Order star was a real cop in Chicago for 18 years before he played one on TV? Dennis Farina
    • What actor in The King's Speech also starred in Bridget Jones's Diary? Colin Firth
    • What actor named Ryan is the ex-husband of Reese Witherspoon? Phillippe
    • What actor played Sherlock Holmes in Guy Ritchie's film of the same name? Robert Downey, Jr.
    • What actor played the role of Dawson on the TV series Dawson's Creek? James Van Der Beek
    • What actor, who also starred in Titanic, played Dom Cobb in the 2010 film Inception? Leonardo DiCaprio
    • What children's TV show popularised the phrase, "Yes we can," before Barack Obama? Bob the Builder
    • What classic Western's ending inspired the finale of TV series Breaking Bad? The Searchers
    • What classic record label boasted the acts Diana Ross & The Supremes and Marvin Gaye? Motown Records
    • What comic pal of Anderson Cooper teams up with him for a New Year's Eve broadcast? Kathy Griffin
    • What country did Angelina Jolie's first adopted child, Maddox, come from? Cambodia
    • What director has credits that include Roger & Me and Sicko? Michael Moore
    • What famed country singer never wore a cowboy hat on stage? George Jones
    • What family is center stage on TV's Arrested Development? The Bluths
    • What fictional mineral was sought by the Sky People in Avatar? Unobtainium
    • What former boxing champ tells all in his shocking 2013 autobiography, Undisputed Truth? Mike Tyson
    • What is Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage's real name? Nicolas Kim Coppola
    • What is actor Emma Roberts's relationship to Julia Roberts? Her Niece
    • What is both a type of apple and a member of the female gang led by Rizzo in the film Grease? Pink Lady
    • What is the birth name Superman received on his home planet of Krypton? Kal-El
    • What is the name of Gargamel’s cat in the children’s program The Smurfs? Azrael
    • What is the name of Harry Potter's owl in the Harry Potter film series? Hedwig
    • What is the name of the fictional penitentiary in the Netflix hit series Orange is the New Black? Litchfield
    • What is the subject of Lisa Kudrow's TV documentary series, Who Do You Think You Are? Celebrity Family Trees
    • What make of car served as Marty McFly's time machine in the film Back to the Future? DeLorean
    • What movie studio is represented by a roaring lion? MGM
    • What musician received France's highest cultural award, the Legion of Honor, in 2013? Bob Dylan
    • What pop singer refers to her fans as "little monsters"? Lady Gaga
    • What rap artist makes a guest appearance on Katy Perry's single "California Gurls"? Snoop Dogg
    • What sci-fi TV series includes the regular characters Geordi, Data and Worf? Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • What signature phrase does Donald Trump say when he eliminates a contestant on the TV series The Apprentice? "You're fired!"
    • What singer performed "Forget You" with Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2011 Grammy Awards wearing brightly colored feathers? CeeLo Green
    • What singer, who scored a 2011 viral hit with her song "Friday," released its sequel, "Saturday," in 2013? Rebecca Black
    • What state does Kevin Spacey represent as Congressman Underwood in the Netflix series House of Cards? South Carolina
    • What talent show features four celebrity coaches who compete to make their protégés the eventual winners? The Voice
    • What tech titan tied the knot in a Big Sur wedding reportedly costing $10 million? Sean Parker
    • What term is most often used for zombies by the characters in The Walking Dead TV series? Walkers
    • What two chemical element symbols are in the logo for the TV show Breaking Bad? Barium and Bromine
    • What words complete this song from TV series The Ren & Stimpy Show: "Happy Happy, _______"? "Joy Joy"
    • What's the name of the house band on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon? The Roots
    • Where was Kate Upton photographed for the cover of Sports Illustrated's 2013 Swimsuit edition? Antarctica
    • Which Kevin Smith-directed film does not include Jay & Silent Bob? Jersey Girl
    • Which Kristen Bell character writes about and narrates the lives of Manhattan's socialites in a hit TV series? Gossip Girl
    • Which Saturday Night Live actor voiced the young dragon trainer Ruffnut in the 2010 animated film How to Train Your Dragon? Kristen Wiig
    • Which actor played James Bond and competed in the Mr. Universe contest? Sean Connery
    • Which actor plays the lead role in the film Bridget Jones's Diary? Renée Zellweger
    • Which actress won a Teen Choice Award for her role in the film Date Night? Tina Fey
    • Which band was not part of the "Big Four Tour" of thrash metal in 2010 and 2011? Iron Maiden
    • Which character did Tori Spelling play on the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210? Donna Martin
    • Which episode of the TV series Doctor Who reunited the present and past Doctors on-screen? Day of the Doctor
    • Which of the Marx Brothers was mute in all of his film appearances? Harpo
    • Which of these animated films does not feature penguins? Rango
    • Which of these artists sang with Beyoncé in the 2003 single "Crazy in Love"? Jay-Z
    • Which of these films does not star Ben Stiller? The Wedding Singer
    • Which of these films is not about time travel? In Time
    • Which of these songs is traditionally sung in rounds? "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
    • Which record label was not started by a rock band? Virgin
    • Which rock tune was on Voyager I's data disc to acquaint other worlds with our culture? "Johnny B. Goode"
    • Which secret agent battled with Nick Nack, Oddjob and Jaws? James Bond
    • Which star of the Star Trek TV series worked for NASA and recruited astronaut Sally Ride? Nichelle Nichols
    • Which two Beatles have kids that were born on the same day? Paul & Ringo
    • Who did not play Harvey Dent, a.k.a. Two-Face, in the Batman movies? Val Kilmer
    • Who directed Slumdog Millionaire? Danny Boyle
    • Who has a treadmill on the International Space Station named for him? Stephen Colbert
    • Who plays Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory? Jim Parsons
    • Who sang at the wedding reception of Bill and Melinda Gates in Hawaii in 1994? Willie Nelson
    • Who was the first film critic to ever snag a Pulitzer Prize for his movie reviews? Roger Ebert
    • Who was the first host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show? Craig Kilborn
    • Who was the subject of Elton John’s original song "Candle in the Wind"? Marilyn Monroe
    • Who won the first season of the TV series American Idol? Kelly Clarkson
    • Who writes, directs, produces and stars in movies that feature the elderly, meddlesome character Madea? Tyler Perry
    • Whose debut album was Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.? Bruce Springsteen
    • in Monty Python and the Holy Grail the knights that demanded a shrubbery are known to say what? "Ni"

    History
    • A member of the Religious Society of Friends is more commonly known as what? A Quaker
    • According to legend, what British noblewoman rode through the streets of Coventry naked? Lady Godiva
    • According to traditional Indian medicine, what is the number of major chakras in the human body? 7
    • After being released from prison, who jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for his work to end apartheid? Nelson Mandela
    • After what presidential debate was the term "spin doctor" first coined? Reagan/Mondale
    • Although Galileo improved it for stargazing, Johannes Lippershey is often credited with inventing what device like the one pictured here? Telescope
    • Approximately how many Viking warriors could fit in a longboat? 60
    • As of 2014, which of these companies is not listed on the New York Stock Exchange? Facebook
    • Before inventing the airplane, what kind of shop did the Wright Brothers operate? Bicycle Store
    • Chichen Itza, pictured here, was built by which ancient civilization? Mayans
    • During what historic battle was Napoleon defeated in 1815? Waterloo
    • From what material was parchment usually made? Animal Skin
    • How many of King Henry VIII’s wives were called Anne? Two
    • How many wives did King Henry VIII have? Six
    • How much money did the United States pay France for the Louisiana territory? $15 Million
    • In 2008, what founder of a social media platform became the world's youngest self-made billionaire at the age of 23? Mark Zuckerberg
    • In what European country did the volcanic eruption pictured here cause travel chaos for millions in 2010? Iceland
    • In what country was the R.M.S. Titanic's last port of call? Ireland
    • In what country was the Romanov dynasty overthrown by a revolution in 1917? Russia
    • In which discipline can you not win a Nobel Prize? Mathematics
    • In which year was the word "internet" coined? 1974
    • New Zealand was first inhabited by people approximately how many years ago? 1,000
    • On what continent would you find the Cradle of Humankind, known for its famous archaeological finds? Africa
    • On what day of the week did Hitler's Germany invade Poland, beginning World War II? Friday
    • On which Mediterranean island was Napoleon Bonaparte born? Corsica
    • Sukarno was the first president of which Asian country? Indonesia
    • The London Eye, pictured here, is a tourist attraction formerly known by what name? Millennium Wheel
    • The U.S. Secret Service was set up in order to combat what crime? Counterfeiting Money
    • The first 15,000 Swiss army knives, similar to the utility knife pictured here, were made in what country? Germany
    • The historical North American territory of Acadia belonged to what country? France
    • The three founders of YouTube all met while working at what other popular tech company? PayPal
    • The tomb of what country's first emperor is guarded by 8,000 terracotta warriors like those pictured here? China
    • Traitors' Gate, pictured here, is an entrance to which London building? Tower of London
    • What Caribbean island did the Soviet Union intend to use as a base for nuclear weapons, leading to a major Cold War crisis in 1962? Cuba
    • What Don McLean song references the 1959 plane crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens? "American Pie"
    • What French king, depicted here, was known as the Sun King? Louis XIV
    • What French president said, "How can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese?" de Gaulle
    • What Mesoamerican civilization has a calendar that was thought to be counting down to zero in 2012? Maya
    • What U.S. president was the first to give a State of the Union address on television? Harry Truman
    • What Legally Blonde actress is a descendant of one of the signatories of the U.S. Declaration of Independence? Reese Witherspoon
    • What ancient civilization built the Pyramids at Giza, pictured here? Egyptians
    • What animal did Mao Zedong famously declare war against? Sparrows
    • What animal would you find painted on the tail of a Qantas airplane? Kangaroo
    • What animal's sound is a mystery according to YouTube's top trending video of 2013? Fox
    • What antique car was also known as the Tin Lizzie? Ford Model T
    • What board game was introduced during the Great Depression in the 1930s and became popular due to its promise of fame and fortune? Monopoly
    • What brand of computer made its debut in 1976 and reportedly sold for $666.66? Apple
    • What bread-related invention did Otto Rohwedder think up in 1930? Mechanical Slicer
    • What calendar system immediately preceded the Gregorian calendar? Julian Calendar
    • What candy company introduced M&Ms with a patented anti-melting process in 1941? Mars, Inc.
    • What city employed the first female police officer in the U.S. in 1910? Los Angeles
    • What city is home to the world’s first underground passenger train system? London
    • What color is a breast cancer awareness ribbon? Pink
    • What country ceded Florida to the USA in 1821 with the Treaty of Adams-Onis? Spain
    • What country did Pope Francis originally hail from? Argentina
    • What country does the flag pictured here belong to? South Africa
    • What dance craze was started by Los Del Río? Macarena
    • What did US Airways Flight 1549 hit, causing it to make an emergency landing on the Hudson River? Flock of Birds
    • What does FOIA stand for? Freedom of Information Act
    • What does the W. in George W. Bush's name stand for? Walker
    • What famous leader constructed his battle plans in a sandbox? Napoleon
    • What famous rock star wrote to president Richard Nixon suggesting that he be made a Federal agent-at-large? Elvis Presley
    • What farm animal shares a name with a document issued by the Pope? Bull
    • What food delicacy was named after the man who won the Battle of Waterloo? Beef Wellington
    • What is the U.S. federal government's highest-paying job? President
    • What is the abbreviation of the UK's national security intelligence agency? MI5
    • What is the name of structures like the ones shown here that the Romans built to carry water to towns? Aqueducts
    • What is the name of the country retreat in Maryland used by U.S. presidents since the 1940s? Camp David
    • What is the name of the first-born child of Prince William and Kate Middleton? George
    • What is the name of the landmark, pictured here, where Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech? Lincoln Memorial
    • What king of England signed the Magna Carta in 1215? King John
    • What leader succeeded Mikhail Gorbachev, becoming the first president of Russia? Boris Yeltsin
    • What legendary sunken island was first mentioned in the works of Plato? Atlantis
    • What medical procedure was first performed in South Africa in 1967? Human Heart Transplant
    • What mode of transportation did the Montgolfier brothers invent? Hot Air Balloon
    • What object did NASA launch into space in 1990? Hubble Space Telescope
    • What object exploded over a Russian city in 2013 with a force roughly equal to that of 30 atomic bombs? Meteor
    • What popular swimwear manufacturer, whose name has become synonymous with racing briefs, was established in 1914? Speedo
    • What revolutionary wrote The Motorcycle Diaries about his travels around South America? Che Guevara
    • What substance did Louis Pasteur make safer for us to drink? Milk
    • What two colors are on the flag of the United Nations? Blue & White
    • What two tools are depicted on the former Soviet Union's flag? Hammer & Sickle
    • What type of candy was invented in 1875 by Swiss manufacturer Daniel Peter? Milk Chocolate Bar
    • What versatile product was initially used to keep water out of ammunition casings during World War II? Duct Tape
    • What was the first assemble-it-yourself piece of furniture sold by Swedish furniture manufacturer IKEA? Side Table
    • What was the name of the goldsmith who produced jeweled eggs for the tsars of Russia? Peter Carl Fabergé
    • What was the name of the lunar module that carried Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the surface of the Moon in 1969? Eagle
    • What was the original meaning of the word "bully"? Sweetheart
    • What was the real name of the German pilot known as "The Red Baron"? Manfred von Richthofen
    • What were jeans, like those pictured here, first called? Dungarees
    • What year did the euro debut as a financial unit in corporate and investment markets? 1999
    • Which Japanese company makes many of the world's zippers? YKK
    • Which Native American historical figure shares his name with an American rock band? Crazy Horse
    • Which New England state was an independent republic for 14 years before joining the union? Vermont
    • Which ancient civilization did not flourish in Mexico? Inca
    • Which country boasts the oldest continuous monarchy? Japan
    • Which dog did U.S. President Barack Obama adopt in 2012? Bo
    • Which inventor was known as the Wizard of Menlo Park? Thomas Edison
    • Which is not an official language of Belgium? Danish
    • Which is of these names is an alias for William H. Bonney? Billy the Kid
    • Which island's airfield did the US and Japan fight on for over 6 months in 1942? Guadalcanal
    • Which number does the Roman numeral "C" represent? 100
    • Which of these European countries is not a monarchy? Portugal
    • Which of these presidents did not have a moustache while in office? Abraham Lincoln
    • Which of these structures was not built for a world's fair? Empire State Building
    • Which of these was not a battle of the American Revolution? Gettysburg
    • Which popular toy holds the distinction of being the first toy advertised on U.S. TV? Mr. Potato Head
    • Which ship took Charles Darwin on his voyage to the Galápagos Islands? Beagle
    • Which was the largest of Christopher Columbus's ships on his first voyage across the Atlantic? Santa María
    • Which waterfall, pictured here, did Annie Taylor travel down via wooden barrel? Niagara Falls
    • Which weapon, shown here, symbolizes the honor of a samurai soldier? Katana
    • Who first used the term "iron curtain" to describe the communist threat? Winston Churchill
    • Who founded the University of Virginia, which opened in 1825 with 68 students? Thomas Jefferson
    • Who replaced Kofi Annan as Secretary-General of the United Nations in 2007? Ban Ki-moon
    • Who was George W. Bush's running mate in the 2000 election? Dick Cheney
    • Who was prisoner number 46664 for 27 years? Nelson Mandela
    • Who was the first European to discover New Zealand? Abel Tasman
    • Who was the first athlete to appear on a Wheaties box in 1934? Lou Gehrig
    • Who was the great nephew of Julius Caesar and the first Roman Emperor? Augustus
    • Who wrote The Interpretation of Dreams and The Ego and the Id? Sigmund Freud
    • Whose image will be on the UK's first "plastic" banknote in 2016? Winston Churchill

    Arts & Literature
    • According to the online Scrabble dictionary, which of these is not a word? Oo
    • Alfred Pennyworth serves as which superhero's butler? Batman
    • As of April 2014, when posting on Twitter, a "tweet" restricts you to how many typed characters? 140
    • During what period did Pablo Picasso paint circus people, clowns and acrobats? Rose Period
    • From which language do the words "bandanna" and "chintz" originate? Hindi
    • How do you say "my fault" in Latin? Mea Culpa
    • How many paintings did Van Gogh sell during his lifetime? 1
    • How many valves does a modern trumpet have? Three
    • In Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical The Phantom of the Opera, with whom does the Phantom fall in love? Christine
    • In Hans Christian Andersen's original fairy tale, whose heart did "The Snow Queen" freeze? A Boy
    • In J.D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye, what is the name of Holden Caulfield's younger sister? Phoebe
    • In Norse mythology, which god traditionally guards the entrance to Asgard? Heimdall
    • In Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, what does the portrait magically give Dorian? Immortality
    • In Roald Dahl's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what is Charlie's last name? Bucket
    • In Suzanne Collins's book The Hunger Games, what animal is on Katniss Everdeen's broach? Mockingjay
    • In T. S. Eliot's poem "The Waste Land", what month of the year is the "cruellest"? April
    • In Virgil's "Aeneid," who does Aeneas tragically fall in love with on his way to founding Rome? Dido
    • In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, what is the name of the character who has fled slavery and is trying to reach freedom? Jim
    • In The Arabian Nights, who tells 1,001 tales to the shah to postpone her execution at dawn? Scheherazade
    • In the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, how many years did Sleeping Beauty sleep for? 100
    • In the book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, on what river, pictured here, do Huck Finn and Jim go rafting? Mississippi
    • In the book The Neverending Story, what is Bastian's surname? Bux
    • In the book The Velveteen Rabbit, what illness forces the boy to give up the rabbit? Scarlet Fever
    • In the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk, what did Jack trade for a handful of beans? A Cow
    • In the novel The Great Gatsby, what color is the light that Gatsby sees at the end of Daisy's dock? Green
    • In the phrase "see you later," what part of speech is "see"? Verb
    • In what Nick Hornby novel does a bachelor attend single mothers' groups to meet women? About a Boy
    • In what classic children's book does the main character come from Asteroid B-612? The Little Prince
    • In what sequel to Stephen King's The Shining does a grown-up Dan Torrance battle the True Knot? Doctor Sleep
    • In what state do the Macleans go fly fishing in the novel A River Runs Through It? Montana
    • Katniss Everdeen is the protagonist of what book series? The Hunger Games
    • Ladies attending the crowded premiere of Handel's "Messiah" in 1742 were asked to leave what at home? Hoop Skirts
    • Shakespeare named his son which of the following names? Hamnet
    • The Andy Warhol Museum, which is the largest museum in the country dedicated to one artist, is located in which city? Pittsburgh
    • The La Scala Opera House, pictured here, is found in which Italian city? Milan
    • The artist Georges Seurat is known for developing what type of painting technique? Pointillism
    • The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, pictured here, was painted by what famous Renaissance artist? Michelangelo
    • The exterior of the Statue of Liberty, pictured here, was designed by which of these people? Frederic Bartholdi
    • The word "honcho," meaning "boss," is derived from a term meaning "squad leader" in what country? Japan
    • To what tourist attraction did Joan Rivers and Ivana Trump donate their personal nail polish? Madame Tussauds
    • What 18th-century fountain, pictured here, yields around $3,500 a day for Italian charities? Trevi Fountain
    • What 1980s pop singer won a 2013 Tony for Best Original Score for the musical "Kinky Boots"? Cyndi Lauper
    • What American artist didn't start painting until she was 78 years of age? Grandma Moses
    • What Bernstein musical, set in 1950s New York, was based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet? West Side Story
    • What Dashiell Hammett mystery novel was made into a classic film starring Humphrey Bogart in 1941? The Maltese Falcon
    • What E. B. White character says, "people believe almost anything they see in print"? Charlotte
    • What English author did Nicole Kidman wear a prosthetic nose to portray in the film The Hours? Virginia Woolf
    • What European art museum has a glass pyramid in its courtyard? The Louvre
    • What FX TV series was based on a short story by crime writer Elmore Leonard? Justified
    • What French artist is famous for his posters and paintings of the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris? Toulouse-Lautrec
    • What John Heilemann & Mark Halperin best seller spills juicy details about the 2012 US presidential race? Double Down
    • What Maurice Sendak book was adapted for the screen by director Spike Jonze? Where the Wild Things Are
    • What Shakespearean theatre, pictured here, was reconstructed on London's South Bank? Globe Theatre
    • What Stephen King novel was adapted for the big screen by Stanley Kubrick? The Shining
    • What U.S. banker donated both his art collection and funding to the National Gallery of Art? Andrew Mellon
    • What affliction did John Milton, the author of the epic poem "Paradise Lost", have? Blindness
    • What affliction did the woman have in Andrew Wyeth's painting Christina's World? Polio
    • What artist created the most expensive painting ever sold to date? Cézanne
    • What book by Victor Hugo was adapted into a long-running musical of the same name? Les Misérables
    • What character from The Lord of the Rings book series has an alter ego named "Gollum"? Sméagol
    • What did Marcel Duchamp draw on a postcard of the Mona Lisa to create pop art? Goatee/Mustache
    • What did the girl do in the title of the third book in Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy? Kick a hornets' nest
    • What do those with pupaphobia fear? Puppets
    • What does the bird say in Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven"? "Nevermore."
    • What does the french term Papier-mâché mean? Chewed-up Paper
    • What does the internet abbreviation "TL;DR" stand for? Too Long; Didn't Read
    • What famous abstract expressionist painter used a technique of dripping paint onto canvasses on the floor? Jackson Pollock
    • What folkloric ghost ship can never make it to port? The Flying Dutchman
    • What is Atticus Finch's profession in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird? Lawyer
    • What is the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything? 42
    • What is the man holding in the Grant Wood painting American Gothic? Pitchfork
    • What is the name for the short sheaths on the end of shoelaces? Aglet
    • What is the name given to Lord Voldemort's legion of followers in the Harry Potter series? Death Eaters
    • What is the name of Dante's guide through Heaven in "The Divine Comedy"? Beatrice
    • What is the only palindromic numerical year of the 21st century? 2002
    • What is the title of the third book in Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy? The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest
    • What legendary baseball movie was adapted from the novel Shoeless Joe? Field of Dreams
    • What magical item allows Harry Potter to move around Hogwarts unseen in the Harry Potter book series? Invisibility Cloak
    • What museum was the setting for the Ben Stiller film A Night at the Museum? American Museum of Natural History
    • What mythological character fell in love with his own reflection? Narcissus
    • What name is given to a poem that consists of 14 lines and often ends with a rhyming couplet? Sonnet
    • What name is given to a poet officially appointed to champion poetry and compose works for state occasions? Poet Laureate
    • What name is shared by the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible and a character in the musical Cats? Deuteronomy
    • What nationality was the artist Rembrandt? Dutch
    • What novel with hero Wade Watts features Dungeons & Dragons, Zork, WarGames and the arcade game Joust? Ready Player One
    • What opera was performed at the Sydney Opera House, pictured here, for its 1973 opening? War and Peace
    • What play by Oscar Wilde features the characters John "Jack" Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff? The Importance of Being Earnest
    • What poet, author and civil rights activist wrote a poem honoring Nelson Mandela titled "His Day is Done"? Maya Angelou
    • What prolific inventor began publishing the folksy, practical Poor Richard's Almanack in 1732? Ben Franklin
    • What radical early 20th-century art movement is Picasso famous for co-founding with Georges Braque? Cubism
    • What seasoning is mentioned more than 35 times in the Bible? Salt
    • What soda, launched in 1884, has a name that means "guts"? Moxie
    • What urbane author introduced the phrase "good ol' boy" into the culture in 1964? Tom Wolfe
    • What war memorial is the tallest cast bronze statue in the world? Iwo Jima Monument
    • What was the nationality of the author who wrote Crime and Punishment? Russian
    • What was the original title of Joseph Heller's masterwork, Catch-22? Catch-18
    • What writer introduced the Swahili word "safari" into the English language? Ernest Hemingway
    • What writer's tombstone in Oxford is engraved with the names of two of his fictional characters? J.R.R. Tolkien
    • Which Canadian author wrote the award winning book, In the Skin of a Lion? Michael Ondaatje
    • Which French artist is known for his paintings and sculptures of ballet dancers? Edgar Degas
    • Which artist famously sculpted The Thinker, pictured here? Auguste Rodin
    • Which artist painted the famous work The Starry Night? Vincent Van Gogh
    • Which artist was known for his woodcut artwork featuring dogs? Stephen Huneck
    • Which author famously went to jail for refusing to pay a poll tax? Henry David Thoreau
    • Which author wrote the Bourne Trilogy series of novels? Robert Ludlum
    • Which influential poet was born Everett LeRoi Jones? Amiri Baraka
    • Which is not a novel by Jane Austen? Wuthering Heights
    • Which is not a vocal part in an all-male barbershop quartet? Alto
    • Which items are melting in Salvador Dalí's 1931 painting The Persistence of Memory? Watches
    • Which language, depicted here, is read from right to left? Hebrew
    • Which of the following is not a Romance language? Greek
    • Which of the following types of theater is not Japanese? Kathakali
    • Which of these composers had 20 children? Johann Sebastian Bach
    • Which of these was not a Brontë sister? Mary
    • Who composed the music to the ballets The Nutcracker and Swan Lake? Tchaikovsky
    • Who composed the opera The Marriage of Figaro? Mozart
    • Who is not a character in the musical "Les Misérables"? Mario
    • Who is the author of the Alex Cross detective series, including the books Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider? James Patterson
    • Who is the goddess of love in Greek mythology? Aphrodite
    • Who is the object of Quasimodo's unrequited love in the book The Hunchback of Notre Dame? Esmeralda
    • Who sculpted the David statue and the Pietà? Michelangelo
    • Who tells the first tale in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales? Knight
    • Who wrote Life of Pi? Yann Martel
    • Who wrote the book Where The Sidewalk Ends? Shel Silverstein
    • Who wrote the novel The Road, which was later turned into a film starring Viggo Mortensen? Cormac McCarthy
    • Whose skull does Hamlet hold and talk to in the Shakespearean play Hamlet? Yorick
    Detective Comics issue no. 27, published in 1939, marked the first appearance of what superhero who went on to be featured in several blockbuster movies? Batman

    Science & Nature
    • A flock of grounded geese is called a gaggle, but a flock of flying geese is called what? Skein
    • Ambergris, a waxy substance produced by sperm whales, was historically used as an ingredient in what luxury item? Perfume
    • Approximately how many inches per year is the Moon moving away from the Earth? 1.5
    • As of 2014, how many people in total have walked on the Moon? 12
    • First produced in the 1960s, how big was the original floppy disk? 8 inches
    • Ganymede, the largest moon in our solar system, is a satellite of what planet? Jupiter
    • How many chambers make up the heart? Four
    • How many chromosomes are there in a normal human cell? 46
    • How many hearts does the animal pictured here have? Three
    • If you are suffering from synophrys, what do you have? Unibrow
    • If you have celiac disease, which substance will you be told to avoid eating? Gluten
    • In 2013, Voyager 1 was the first man-made object to do what? Leave the Solar System
    • In food preparation, what does the Scoville Scale measure? Heat
    • In what family of insects are fireflies, like those pictured here? Beetles
    • In what scientific kingdom would you find Pixie's Parasol, Devil's Tooth and Shaggy Inkcap? Fungi
    • Mach one refers to the speed of what? Sound
    • On a standard QWERTY computer keyboard, what is the only vowel not to appear in the top row of letters? A
    • On average, how many earthquakes are detected by the National Earthquake Information Center each day worldwide? 50
    • On which planet would you find Olympus Mons, the tallest mountain in the solar system? Mars
    • Out of the 150,000 strands of hair on our heads, about how many fall out per day? 50
    • Petrichor is a term for what scent? After Rainfall
    • Refined at a plant like the one pictured here, which of these energy sources is not a type of fossil fuel? Nuclear
    • Roughly how many baby teeth does a child have? 20
    • The Large Hadron Collider at CERN was built to try to recreate the conditions of what scientific theory? Big Bang
    • The female of which of these animals is not called a doe? Badger
    • What Jewish scientist was asked to be the second president of Israel in 1952 at age 73? Albert Einstein
    • What active volcano, shown here, is known as the "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean?" Stromboli
    • What ailment is often caused by rhinovirus? Common Cold
    • What are arrays of wind turbines like those pictured here generally called? Wind Farms
    • What body joint includes the patella? Knee
    • What body part do male crickets, like the one pictured here, use to chirp? Wings
    • What breed of dog, pictured here, originated in Scotland and England and was bred to herd animals? Collie
    • What can a particularly strong jet stream temporarily do? Adjust the Length of a Day
    • What color are chilblains, the marks that appear on the skin as a result of rapid temperature change? Red
    • What color does litmus paper turn when it comes into contact with an acid? Red
    • What comet, last spotted in 1986, is visible from Earth once every 75 or 76 years? Halley's Comet
    • What company mostly known for its cars created the humanoid robot ASIMO? Honda
    • What creature has the largest eyes in the animal kingdom? Giant Squid
    • What does a white-tailed deer pointing its tail upward signify? Senses Danger
    • What does an anemometer measure? Wind Speed
    • What ducts transport a fertilized egg to the uterus? Fallopian Tubes
    • What element does uranium become after losing its radioactivity? Lead
    • What gas makes up most of the Earth's atmosphere? Nitrogen
    • What insect's bite is most commonly associated with Lyme disease? Tick
    • What is a baby turkey called? Poult
    • What is a kea? Parrot
    • What is another common name for orca whales like the one pictured here? Killer Whale
    • What is cullet? Glass Prepared for Recycling
    • What is didaskaleinophobia? Fear of Going to School
    • What is somnambulism another word for? Sleepwalking
    • What is the average depth of the ocean? 12,000 Feet
    • What is the common name for iron oxide? Rust
    • What is the common name for the bacterial disease also known as pertussis? Whooping Cough
    • What is the common name for the plant species known as dionaea muscipula, shown here? Venus Flytrap
    • What is the composition of the recently-discovered, burned-out star named Lucy? Diamond
    • What is the first element on the periodic table of elements? Hydrogen
    • What is the molecular structure of ozone?
    • What is the more common name for biodynamic viticulture? Grape Growing
    • What is the more common name for the Aurora Borealis, pictured here? Northern Lights
    • What is the most popular fruit in the world? Mangos
    • What is the name of the Boston Dynamic-engineered robot that can run up to 45 kilometers per hour? Cheetah
    • What is the name of the point opposite the zenith of a celestial body's movement? Nadir
    • What is the name of the poisonous female spider, shown here, with a red hourglass on its abdomen? Black Widow
    • What is the name of the smallest planet in our solar system? Mercury
    • What is the only planet in our solar system not named after a Greek or Roman god? Earth
    • What is the temperature -460F (-273C) better known as? Absolute Zero
    • What is the upper limit of an albatross' lifespan? Over 50 Years
    • What kind of airy volcanic rock, pictured here, is used to exfoliate the skin? Pumice
    • What kind of animal is a hoatzin? Bird
    • What kind of data storage, hosted by a third-party data center, is accessible from any device anywhere? Cloud
    • What luxurious fabric is made from caterpillar cocoons like those shown here? Silk
    • What measure is defined as the 220-yard distance a horse can pull a plow without resting? Furlong
    • What metal, shown here, used to be known as quicksilver? Mercury
    • What meteorological instrument, shown here, measures atmospheric pressure? Barometer
    • What number do each set of opposite sides of a standard die add up to? Seven
    • What pea-sized gland in the brain controls hormones? Pituitary
    • What profession is most commonly listed as the most dangerous in the world? Fishing
    • What revered scientist thought the world would end in 2060? Isaac Newton
    • What rocks, pictured here, are the product of erosion? Sedimentary
    • What scale, numbering from 0 to 14, indicates acidity and alkalinity? pH Scale
    • What slang term is sometimes used for the elusive subatomic Higgs boson particle? God Particle
    • What species of deer, shown here, is the only one in which both males and females grow antlers? Reindeer
    • What species, shown here, is created by the mating of a male donkey and a female horse? Mule
    • What sports item is chilled before use to prevent bouncing? Hockey Puck
    • What system of measurement is used to describe the magnitude of earthquakes? Richter Scale
    • What taste are cats unable to detect? Sweet
    • What term, derived from the Latin word meaning "to seize" or "to take by force", is used to describe eagles, hawks and other birds of prey? Raptor
    • What type of organism, shown here, makes up the majority of coral reefs? Polyps
    • What type of sea animal are the clams pictured here? Mollusks
    • What unit of measurement is used to refer to 144, or a dozen dozen of something? Gross
    • What unusually-shaped sea creature is among the only animal species on Earth to have its males carry fertilized eggs and give birth to their offspring? Seahorses
    • What was discovered on the Moon in 2009 after NASA intentionally crashed a satellite into it? Water
    • What was the average life expectancy for a human female living in the year 1900? 48
    • What was the coincidental maiden name of astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s mother? Moon
    • What were psychiatrists once known as? Alienists
    • What's the name of the acrobatic rover that touched down on Mars in 2012 and continues to explore it? Curiosity
    • Where in the human body would you find bones called phalanges? Hands
    • Where on your body would you find the hallux? Foot
    • Which app lets you send videos and photos that will disappear after a few seconds? Snapchat
    • Which is not a bone in the human body? Meniscus
    • Which is not a celestial body? Pink Star
    • Which is not a layer of the Earth? Meridian
    • Which is not the name of a real galaxy? Tarragon
    • Which of the following animals gives birth instead of laying eggs? Whale
    • Which of the following animals has a "sixth sense" to detect electricity and vibration? Sharks
    • Which of the following is not a real animal? Smiling Platypus
    • Which of these birds can only eat with its head upside-down? Flamingo
    • Which of these colors is not a color in a four-color printing process? Green
    • Which of these creatures does not have a brain? Sea Star
    • Which of these insects spreads royal jelly over eggs? Bee
    • Which of these is not a source of mother of pearl? Sea Star
    • Which of these is not a type of cloud? Omnibus
    • Which of these planets does not have a moon? Venus
    • Which of these plants is not a member of the nightshade family? Parsnip
    • Which of these substances is not a metallic element on the periodic table? Bronze
    • Which of these terms can be used to refer to bears? Ursine
    • Which one of these is a member of the bear family? Giant Panda
    • Which primate, shown here, sleeps sitting up with its head tucked between its knees and chest? Gibbon
    • Which species of tiger, pictured here, is the largest? Siberian
    • Which type of creature does a myrmecologist study? Ants
    • Why is the Dead Sea called "dead"? No Animal Life
    • Without rearranging the letters, what four-letter word do the chemical symbols for tin and silver spell? Snag

    Sports & Leisure
    • As of 2014, which surfer has won the most world titles? Kelly Slater
    • For which of these soccer teams did David Beckham not play? Colorado Rapids
    • How many competitors are in a sled in the women's bobsled event? Two
    • How many dots are in each level of the video game Pac-Man? 240
    • How many minutes are in each half of a soccer match? 45
    • How many playable strings are there on a standard electric guitar? Six
    • How many single squares are there on a chessboard? 64
    • How old was Mike Tyson when he became the youngest man ever to win a heavyweight boxing title? 22
    • If a player who is at advantage in a game of tennis loses the next point, what is the score? Deuce
    • If you are dining alfresco, in which way are you eating? Outdoors
    • In 2010, what Grand Slam tournament hosted the world’s longest tennis match, lasting over 11 hours? Wimbledon
    • In 2013, what caused a 34-minute delay at Super Bowl XLVII? Power Outage
    • In 2013, which team did LeBron James captain to an NBA Championship? Miami Heat
    • In auto racing, what color flag is used to indicate a hazard or danger? Yellow
    • In basketball, how many players can a team have on the court at any time? Five
    • In cycling, what does BMX stand for? Bicycle Motocross
    • In tennis, tie-breakers are played at what score in a set? 6 - 6
    • In what game can you be skewered, forked or pinned by your opponent? Chess
    • In what sport can you "hang ten"? Surfing
    • In which of these card games is each of the four players allocated a point on the compass? Bridge
    • In which of these fighting styles is mixed martial artist Georges St-Pierre a black belt? Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
    • In which sport can you do a floater, cutback and duck dive? Surfing
    • In which sport is a camel spin a type of move? Figure Skating
    • Not including jokers, how many cards are there in a standard deck of playing cards? 52
    • Pancetta, lardons and prosciutto are all derived from the meat of what animal? Pig
    • The chocolate cake known as a Sachertorte was created in which city? Vienna
    • To what sport do the Marquess of Queensberry rules apply? Boxing
    • Used in the sport of badminton, what's another name for the birdie shown here? Shuttlecock
    • What Hindu salutation, meaning "I bow to you," is used at the end of many yoga classes? Namaste
    • What MLB manager's 132nd career game ejection broke the previous record in 2007? Bobby Cox
    • What NFL team was the first ever to finish a season with a record of 0-16 in 2008? Detroit Lions
    • What annual, 200-lap stock car race is NASCAR's biggest event? Daytona 500
    • What best-selling computer game spawned the sequel Riven in 1997? Myst
    • What bizarre item do Detroit Red Wings fans throw on the ice for good luck? Octopus
    • What boxer's five sons all have the same first name as he does? George Foreman
    • What cabbage dish, pictured here, is a staple in Korean cuisine? Kimchi
    • What clothing and apparel brand sports a logo of the animal pictured here? Lacoste
    • What color blazer is presented to the winner of the annual Masters golf tournament? Green
    • What color is Clyde, a ghost in the Pac-Man video game? Orange
    • What color is the one ball in pool? Yellow
    • What did Muhammad Ali call his strategy of leaning against the ropes until his opponent exhausted himself? Rope-a-Dope
    • What do you call the device, pictured here, that measures how many steps you take when walking or running? Pedometer
    • What does a philatelist usually collect? Stamps
    • What expensive spice comes from crocus flowers? Saffron
    • What game involves using a mallet like those pictured here to hit wooden balls through hoops planted in the ground? Croquet
    • What game is commonly played with tiles like those pictured here? Mahjong
    • What hit video game did SEGA introduce in 1991 to show off the blazing speed of the Genesis? Sonic the Hedgehog
    • What horseback riding sport uses the terms "flying change," "half-pass" and "travers"? Dressage
    • What is Zumba? Dance Fitness Craze
    • What is a Berliner in pastry talk? Jelly Doughnut
    • What is a cruciverbalist? Crossword Puzzle Designer
    • What is a full point called in a judo match? Ippon
    • What is it called when you score three goals in a hockey game? Hat Trick
    • What is nori, the traditional wrapping of sushi pictured here, made from? Seaweed
    • What is the English translation of the name of Italian dessert tiramisu? Make Me Happy
    • What is the Olympic motto? Swifter, Higher, Stronger
    • What is the highest league play score one can earn in a single turn of the sport pictured here? 180
    • What is the highest number in a target area of a deck shuffleboard court? 10
    • What is the hole where you sit in a kayak called? Cockpit
    • What is the main ingredient of the popular Greek dip taramasalata, pictured here? Fish Eggs
    • What is the maximum number of clubs you are allowed to carry with you in a round of golf? 14
    • What is the most common place on the body for a beginning snowboarder to be injured? Wrist
    • What is the national sport of South Korea? Taekwondo
    • What is the subtitle of video game StarCraft II? Wings of Liberty
    • What jumping event did Jesse Owens win a gold medal for in the 1936 Berlin Olympics? Long Jump
    • What kind of divination is tasseomancy? Reading Tea Leaves
    • What meat sandwich gets its name from the Greek word for "turning"? Gyro
    • What name is given to a turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken? Turducken
    • What nationality is 100 meter world record-holder Usain Bolt? Jamaican
    • What number do the nine digits on any completed line of a Sudoku puzzle add up to? 45
    • What occupation did Dr. John S. Pemberton, inventor of Coca-Cola, practice? Pharmacist
    • What popular European game, pictured here, has rules that are similar to pool? Snooker
    • What popular logic puzzle, pictured here, takes its name from the Japanese for "unique number"? Sudoku
    • What popular sweet treat was invented by mistake at the Toll House Inn in 1930? Chocolate Chip Cookies
    • What sauce is used in the traditional Eggs Benedict dish shown here? Hollandaise
    • What sport has five players per team, divided into blockers, jammers and pivots? Roller Derby
    • What sport includes a maneuver called a ballet leg? Synchronized Swimming
    • What sport is Babe Ruth famous for playing? Baseball
    • What sporting equipment do people use in a spinning exercise class? Stationary Bikes
    • What sporting event awards the world's oldest international trophy? The America's Cup
    • What tennis player married fellow former number one tennis star Steffi Graf? Andre Agassi
    • What tennis star started 2013 with injuries and finished having won 10 titles? Rafael Nadal
    • What type of nut, pictured here, is added to chocolate to make Nutella? Hazelnuts
    • What was American skier Lindsey Vonn's prize for winning the World Cup at Val D'Isere in 2005? Cow
    • What was the name of the IBM computer that beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1997? Deep Blue
    • What was the name of the loud plastic horn blown by many spectators during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa called? Vuvuzela
    • What was the unusually appropriate last name of the inventor of potato chips? Crumb
    • What world-ranked Spanish tennis player is coached by his uncle? Rafael Nadal
    • What would a bibliophile collect? Books
    • What's the real name of pro wrestler "The Rock," who starred in Walking Tall and Hercules: The Thracian Wars? Dwayne Johnson
    • What's the traditional main dish served at Queen Elizabeth's Christmas lunch at Sandringham? Turkey
    • Which Neil Diamond song is played in the eighth inning of every Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park? "Sweet Caroline"
    • Which Olympic sport does not occur in an ice rink? Luge
    • Which U.S. city, pictured here, is synonymous with deep-dish pizza? Chicago
    • Which city hosted the 2010 Olympic Winter Games? Vancouver
    • Which city is home to the 2013 World Series champions? Boston
    • Which city, pictured here, hosted the Olympic Games in 2000? Sydney
    • Which is not one of the colors on a traditional Rubik's Cube? Purple
    • Which of the following is not part of a fish hook? Tooth
    • Which of these NHL teams was not one of the Original Six? Ottawa Senators
    • Which of these Winter Olympic sports sees competitors go down a frozen course head first? Skeleton
    • Which of these foods would a pescetarian generally not eat? Chicken
    • Which of these is not a type of pasta? Mascarpone
    • Which of these is not the color of a ring in the Olympic logo? Purple
    • Which of these numbers did basketball player Michael Jordan wear on his jersey while he played for the Chicago Bulls? 23
    • Which of these sports does not involve horses? Water Polo
    • Which of these swimming strokes can you not win a gold medal in at the Olympic Games? Sidestroke
    • Which professional skater appeared in the 2007 comedic film Blades of Glory? Nancy Kerrigan
    • Which professional tennis player is behind the clothing line Aneres? Serena Williams
    • Which team made the biggest playoff comeback in NFL history by defeating the Houston Oilers in 1993? Buffalo Bills
    • Which word is not part of the acronym BASE, from which the sport of BASE jumping, depicted here, takes its name? Sky
    • Who beat Pete Sampras's world record of most Grand Slam singles titles? Roger Federer
    • Who is the only major-leaguer to hit a walk-off, inside-the-park grand slam? Roberto Clemente
    • Who is the primary villain of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series? Dr. Eggman
    • Who was the first African-American coach to win the Super Bowl? Tony Dungy
    • Why do surfers wax their boards? Improve Their Grip

    • Close Call

    Geography
    • According to UNESCO, which of these countries had the highest total box office revenue in 2011? U.S.A.
    • According to USA Today's 2013 reader poll, which American attraction was voted the most iconic? Graceland
    • According to the United Nations, which of these regions contain the most countries as of 2014? Africa
    • As of 2010, which country consumed the most electricity in kilowatt hours? China
    • As of 2010, which country has the longest total system of roads? United States
    • As of 2010, which of these continents has the largest population? Africa
    • As of 2012, which of these EU countries had the highest population? Germany
    • As of 2013, which of these countries had the highest birth rate per 1000 people? Somalia
    • As of 2013, which of these countries has the most airports? United States
    • As of 2014, which of these countries has the highest migration of people entering the country? Qatar
    • As of 2014, which of these countries produces the most oil in barrels per day? Saudi Arabia
    • As of 2014, which of these skyscrapers is the tallest? Burj Khalifa in Dubai
    • As of the 2013 U.S. Census, which U.S. state has the smallest population? Wyoming
    • In 2011, which of these countries had the highest average precipitation? Costa Rica
    • In 2013, which of these countries had the largest estimated population? China
    • In the Chinese Zodiac, which animal's year will happen the earliest after 2014's year of the horse? Sheep
    • Which country's citizens have the longest life expectancy? Monaco
    • Which of the Great Lakes is largest by volume? Superior
    • Which of these African countries is the youngest? South Sudan
    • Which of these Caribbean countries has the largest population? Cuba
    • Which of these Caribbean islands is the largest? Cuba
    • Which of these U.S. cities is the largest by population? New York City
    • Which of these cities is furthest north by latitude? Berlin
    • Which of these cities' populations grew the most from 1950 to 2000? Tokyo
    • Which of these countries gets the highest share of its electricity from renewable, non-nuclear sources? Sweden
    • Which of these countries had the highest gross domestic product in 2012? United States of America
    • Which of these countries is the largest? Russia
    • Which of these countries is the smallest? Monaco
    • Which of these landmarks is the tallest? Eiffel Tower
    • Which of these mountain peaks is highest in meters? Everest
    • Which of these oceans is the smallest? Arctic Ocean
    • Which of these seas is the largest in square miles? Caribbean Sea

    Entertainment
    • According to Forbes Magazine, who among these actors was the highest-paid in 2013? Angelina Jolie
    • According to Forbes, which actor's films earned the most money in 2013? Dwayne Johnson
    • According to the RIAA, which of these albums had sold the most copies at the end of 2013? Pink Floyd's The Wall
    • As of 2013, which of these actors starred in the film with the highest score on RottenTomatoes.com? Brad Pitt
    • As of 2013, which of these artists/bands have released the most studio albums? Yes
    • As of 2013, which of these musicians has won the most Grammy Awards? Quincy Jones
    • As of 2013, who among these artists had the most songs to reach number 1 on Billboard's Hot 100? The Beatles
    • As of 2014, which of these country music performers have won the most Grammys? Dixie Chicks
    • In 2013, which of these TV programs had the highest weekly viewers according to Nielsen ratings? NCIS
    • Which of the following dramas has won the most Emmy awards? The West Wing
    • Which of these Leonardo DiCaprio films had the biggest box office opening weekend? Inception
    • Which of these Linkin Park albums were released the earliest? Hybrid Theory
    • Which of these Sigourney Weaver films had the biggest opening weekend at the box office? Avatar
    • Which of these Steven Spielberg directed blockbusters was released earliest? Jaws
    • Which of these actors has the most Emmy nominations for Best Lead Actor in a drama? Dennis Franz
    • Which of these actors portrayed The Doctor on the TV series Dr. Who the earliest? William Hartnell
    • Which of these actors was born the earliest? Sean Connery
    • Which of these actors won an Oscar at the youngest age? Anna Paquin
    • Which of these artists released the most studio albums in the 1980s? Prince
    • Which of these challenges does Westley face earliest in the film The Princess Bride? The Cliffs of Insanity
    • Which of these characters from the TV series The Simpsons was introduced earliest? Grampa Abe Simpson
    • Which of these classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon series premiered the earliest? The Flintstones
    • Which of these classic sitcoms aired earliest? The Honeymooners
    • Which of these comedians was on 'Saturday Night Live' the longest? Darrell Hammond
    • Which of these films did Rachel McAdams star in earliest in her career? Mean Girls
    • Which of these films received the most Academy Award nominations? Titanic
    • Which of these films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger premiered earliest? Conan the Destroyer
    • Which of these hip hop artists released an album the earliest? LL Cool J
    • Which of these popular TV drama series ran for the most seasons? Dexter
    • Which of these science fiction films is oldest? The Terminator
    • Which of these sitcoms ran for the most seasons? Cheers
    • Which of these songs had the most weeks at #1 on Billboard's Hot 100? Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men "One Sweet Day"
    • Which of these songs was the earliest to air on MTV? Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star"
    • Which of these teams do the Average Joe's defeat first in the film Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story? Girl Scout Troop 417

    History
    • In 2013, which of these websites had the highest average daily traffic according to Alexa rankings? Google.com
    • Which U.S. state was the earliest to gain statehood? Ohio
    • Which country spent the highest percentage of its GDP on healthcare in 2011? Liberia
    • Which of the following cities has been inhabited longest? Damascus
    • Which of the following conflicts began most recently? American Civil War
    • Which of the following countries joined the United Nations earliest? United Kingdom
    • Which of these American presidents was elected first? John Adams
    • Which of these British monarchs was crowned first? William the Conqueror
    • Which of these European explorers set foot in the New World earliest? Erik the Red
    • Which of these Roman numerals is the largest? D
    • Which of these U.S. Army ranks is the highest? Major
    • Which of these U.S. Presidential campaign slogans was used most recently? "Change We Can Believe In”
    • Which of these United States acquisitions happened earliest? Louisiana Purchase
    • Which of these Wonders of the Ancient World was built earliest? Great Pyramid of Giza
    • Which of these ancient innovations came earliest? Hammurabi's Code
    • Which of these colonies left Spanish rule the earliest? Jamaica
    • Which of these companies was founded earliest? Lloyd's of London
    • Which of these computer innovations came earliest? The Mouse
    • Which of these countries exported the most merchandise in 2013? China
    • Which of these countries had the most cellular phones in use in 2012? China
    • Which of these countries has the oldest constitution in use? U.S.A.
    • Which of these countries joined the European Union earliest? France
    • Which of these famous firsts in women's history occurred earliest? First Pulitzer Prize Winner
    • Which of these historical projects took the longest to complete? The Great Wall of China
    • Which of these important medical advances happened earliest? Kidney Transplant
    • Which of these internet memes originated the earliest? Rickrolling
    • Which of these islands did Christopher Columbus visit the earliest? San Salvador
    • Which of these key events in the Cold War occurred earliest? Korean War
    • Which of these key moments in World War II happened earliest? Germany Invades Poland
    • Which of these newspapers is the oldest? The Montreal Gazette
    • Which of these websites was launched the earliest? IMDB

    Arts & Literature
    • As of 2013, which of these artists' paintings was sold at the highest price? Cezanne
    • As of 2014, which of these Broadway plays has had the longest run of performances? Phantom of the Opera
    • As of 2014, which of these non-fiction authors has written the most books? Deepak Chopra
    • As of 2014, which of these popular authors has written the most novels? J.K. Rowling
    • As of January 2012, which of the following painters had their work stolen most frequently? Picasso
    • In Dante's "Inferno", which sin is on the lowest circle? Treachery
    • In Egyptian mythology, which of these gods is the eldest? Amun-Ra
    • In Greek mythology, which of these gods is the eldest? Uranus
    • In Greek mythology, which of these labors did Heracles complete earliest? Defeated the Nemean lion
    • In the Brothers Grimm's Snow White, which of these events happened earliest in the story? Snow White meets the huntsman.
    • Which gifts is given earliest in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas? Turtle Doves
    • Which of the following books from the A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels was written the earliest? A Game of Thrones
    • Which of the following superheroes was the earliest to make their first appearance in a comic book? Superman
    • Which of these Archie Comic series is the oldest? Archie
    • Which of these Nancy Drew mystery novels is the earliest in the series? The Secret of the Old Clock
    • Which of these art movements began earliest? Baroque
    • Which of these authors has won the most Pulitzer prizes? Robert Frost
    • Which of these books in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling was the earliest? Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
    • Which of these books spent the longest on the New York Times Best Seller List? The Da Vinci Code
    • Which of these characters was the earliest to use the alter-ego "Robin" in the Batman comic books? Dick Grayson
    • Which of these classic plays premiered earliest? Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
    • Which of these famous playwrights was born earliest? William Shakespeare
    • Which of these film-inspired musicals had the longest span between their film and stage debuts? The Producers
    • Which of these great Renaissance era works were created the earliest? Leonardo's The Last Supper
    • Which of these literary movements began most recently? The Beat Generation
    • Which of these locations does Bilbo visit first in J.R.R. Tolkien's book The Hobbit? The Shire
    • Which of these mythological tales was written earliest in history? "The Epic of Gilgamesh"
    • Which of these novel series started being published the earliest? Chronicles of Narnia
    • Which of these novels travels the furthest into the future? The Time Machine
    • Which of these philosophical works was written first? Plato's Republic
    • Which of these voice types has the lowest singing range? Bass
    • Which of these writers won the Nobel Prize for literature the earliest? Ernest Hemingway

    Science & Nature
    • According to the Reptile Gardens wild animal park, which of these snakes is the deadliest? Puff Adder
    • According to the U.S.D.A., which of these foods has the most calories? Chocolate Chip Muffin
    • According to the publication Popular Mechanics, which of these insects is the largest in size? Chan's Megastick
    • In biology, which of these categories has the highest rank in terms of size? Kingdom
    • On the periodic table of the elements, which of these elements has the greatest atomic weight? Plutonium
    • Which form of radiation has the shortest wavelength? X-Rays
    • Which of the following is the earliest NASA spacecraft launch? Pioneer 1
    • Which of the following planets have the most rings? Saturn
    • Which of the following planets have the shortest day? Jupiter
    • Which of the following stars is closest to our solar system? Sirius
    • Which of these Facebook features was released earliest? Facebook Photos
    • Which of these Google features was introduced earliest? Google Images
    • Which of these animals has the longest pregnancy? Asian Elephant
    • Which of these astronauts traveled into space the earliest? Alan B. Shepard, Jr.
    • Which of these camera equipment manufacturers was founded earliest? Leica
    • Which of these creatures lived the earliest? Stegosaurus
    • Which of these elements is the most conductive of electricity? Silver
    • Which of these forms of media storage was released earliest? Cassette Tape
    • Which of these gases composes more of the Earth's atmosphere? Nitrogen
    • Which of these geological periods started the earliest? Permian
    • Which of these iPod models came first? Classic
    • Which of these insects has the longest maximum lifespan? The Cicada
    • Which of these inventions was invented earliest? Printing Press
    • Which of these planets has the largest circumference? Saturn
    • Which of these planets is closest to the Sun? Mercury
    • Which of these planets is the hottest? Venus
    • Which of these rivers is the longest? The Nile
    • Which of these sea animals is capable of the fastest speed? Sailfish
    • Which of these shapes has the most sides? Dodecagon
    • Which of these units of measurement is the longest? League
    • Which of these whales is the longest? Blue Whale

    Sports & Leisure
    • As of 2013, which national teams have won the most FIFA World Cup Championships? Brazil
    • As of 2013, which of the following NFL players has the most quarterback sacks in a single season? Jared Allen
    • As of 2013, which of the following NFL running backs has rushed for the most yards in a single game? Adrian Peterson
    • As of 2013, which of these NBA teams holds the highest win streak? Los Angeles Lakers
    • As of 2013, which of these pro golfers has won the most Major Championships? Jack Nicklaus
    • As of 2014, which athlete has won the most Olympic medals in their career? Michael Phelps
    • As of 2014, which of these countries has hosted the most Olympic Games? U.S.A.
    • As of 2014, which of these states has the most NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL teams combined? California
    • As of January 2014, which of the following MMA fighters has had the most wins in UFC bouts? Georges St. Pierre
    • As of the 2013-14 season, which of these teams had won the most FA Cup titles? Manchester United
    • As of the 2013/14 season, which team has won the most UEFA Champions League games? Real Madrid C.F.
    • As of the end of the 2012-13 Season, which European club has won the most UEFA Champions League titles? Real Madrid
    • As of the end of the 2012-2013 season, which team has the most NBA Championships? Boston Celtics
    • As of the end of the 2013 season, which of the following NFL quarterbacks has the most playoff wins? Tom Brady
    • At the conclusion of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which of the following players has scored the most career goals? Ronaldo
    • In horse riding, which of these movements has the fastest average speed? Gallop
    • In the videogame Ms. Pacman, which of these fruits is worth the most points? Banana
    • Which driver has claimed the most Formula One World Drivers' Championships between 1950 and 2013? Michael Schumacher
    • Which of the following NFL players gained the most receiving yards in the 2013 regular season? Josh Gordon
    • Which of the following professional boxers have scored the most knockouts? "Sugar" Ray Robinson
    • Which of the following running backs have gained the most rushing yards in NFL history? Emmitt Smith
    • Which of these NCAA players was awarded the Heisman Trophy the earliest? Carson Palmer
    • Which of these NCAA teams ranked highest in the AP standings at the end of the 2013 season? Florida State
    • Which of these NFL teams had the most wins during the 2013 season? Denver Broncos
    • Which of these Splinter Cell titles was released first? Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
    • Which of these basketball players has the most career NBA rebounds? Wilt Chamberlain
    • Which of these classic arcade games was released earliest? Computer Space
    • Which of these classic toys was introduced earliest? Mr. Potato Head
    • Which of these players has the NHL highest record for most career goals? Wayne Gretzky
    • Which of these players was drafted the earliest in the 2013 NHL Draft? Nathan MacKinnon
    • Which of these poker hands is worth the most? Royal Flush
    • Which of these teams joined the NFL the earliest? Green Bay Packers
    • Which of these video game characters were introduced first? Mega Man
    • Which of these videogame consoles was released the earliest? The Magnavox Odyssey
    • Which sport has the most players per team in play at once? Rugby
    • Who was the oldest NFL quarterback at the start of the 2013 NFL season? Peyton Manning

    • Grab Bag

    Geography
    • As of 2014, which of these countries are members of the European Union? Croatia, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Spain, Sweden
    • As of January 2014, which of these countries use the euro as their currency? Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands
    • In which of these countries can you find a McDonald's restaurant? India, Israel, Kuwait, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Ukraine
    • In which of these locations do you drive on the left side of the road? Australia, England, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa
    • Which of these African countries border the Atlantic Ocean? Angola, Ghana, Namibia, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa
    • Which of these animals are part of the Chinese Zodiac? Goat, Horse, Monkey, Ox, Rabbit, Rat, Snake, Tiger
    • Which of these car manufacturers are Japanese companies? Honda, Isuzu, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota
    • Which of these car manufacturers originated in Europe? Audi, BMW, Citroën, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Porsche, Volvo
    • Which of these cities are national capitals? Bangkok, Beijing, Brasilia, Caracas, Madrid, New Delhi, Rome, Stockholm
    • Which of these countries are found in Africa? Cape Verde, Chad, Comoros, Lesotho, Mauritius, Republic of the Congo, Senegal, Seychelles
    • Which of these countries are in the "Greenwich Mean Time" time zone, the international standard of time? Ghana, Iceland, Ireland, Mali, Morocco, Portugal, Senegal, United Kingdom
    • Which of these countries are island nations? Barbados, Iceland, Indonesia, Japan, Madagascar, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka
    • Which of these countries are larger than the island nation of Greenland? Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Russia, United States
    • Which of these countries border the Baltic Sea? Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Sweden
    • Which of these countries does the Equator pass through? Brazil, Columbia, Congo, Ecuador, Indonesia, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda
    • Which of these countries have French as an official language? Belgium, Canada, Guinea, Haiti, Madagascar, Monaco, Rwanda, Switzerland
    • Which of these countries have Spanish as an official language? Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Venezuela
    • Which of these countries made up the former U.S.S.R.? Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
    • Which of these countries use nuclear power plants? Argentina, Finland, Netherlands, Pakistan, Romania, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea
    • Which of these geographical names are deserts? Gibson, Gobi, Jordanian, Kalahari, Mojave, Peruvian, Sahara, Sonoran
    • Which of these islands are in the Caribbean Sea? Antigua, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Grenada, Jamaica, Martinique, Puerto Rico
    • Which of these lakes are found in Africa? Albert, Edward, Kariba, Kivu, Malawi, Tanganyika, Turkana, Victoria
    • Which of these locations are U.S. national parks? Bering Land Bridge, Cumberland Gap, Denali Preserve, Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, Lassen Volcanic, Mount Rainier, Yosemite
    • Which of these locations are cities? Beirut, Halifax, Hanoi, Manila, Nassau, Pyongyang, Vienna, Winnipeg
    • Which of these national flags are red, white, and blue in color? Australia, Cambodia, Czech Republic, France, Liberia, North Korea, U.S.A., United Kingdom
    • Which of these national flags do not feature stars? France, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Mexico, South Korea, Switzerland, United Kingdom
    • Which of these seas are considered part of the Pacific Ocean? Bering Sea, Coral Sea, Java Sea, Philippine Sea, Sea of Japan, Sea of Okhotsk, South China Sea, Tasman Sea

    Entertainment
    • As of 2013, which of these artists have had albums produced by Def Jam records? Beastie Boys, Frank Ocean, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Kanye West, LL Cool J, The Roots, Xzibit
    • As of 2013, which of these celebrities have stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump, Drew Carey, Harrison Ford, Hugh Jackman, Jamie Foxx, Roger Ebert, Tommy Lee Jones
    • As of 2013, which of these country musicians have starred in a feature film set in the old west? Clint Black, Dwight Yoakam, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson
    • As of 2013, which of these film stars have also released a music album? Billy Bob Thorton, Jamie Foxx, Keanu Reeves, Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Scarlett Johansson, Steve Martin, Steven Seagal
    • As of 2013, which of these musicians have published a book of their own poetry? Alicia Keys, Billy Corgan, Bob Dylan, Jewel, Jim Morrison, John Lennon, Leonard Cohen, Tupac Shakur
    • As of 2014, which of these actors have won both an Oscar and an Emmy Award? Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Helen Hunt, Jessica Tandy, Meryl Streep, Paul Newman, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones
    • As of 2014, which of these artists have performed at the Super Bowl Half-Time show? Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Ella Fitzgerald, New Kids on the Block, Paul McCartney, The Blues Brothers, The Rolling Stones, The Who
    • As of 2014, which of these films made the American Film Institute's Top 10 Sci-Fi Films of All-Time? 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Alien, Back to the Future, Blade Runner, E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The Day the Earth Stood Still
    • As of 2014, which of these locations have been titles of the TV series Survivor? Africa, Borneo, China, Cook Islands, Fiji, Guatemala, Micronesia, Thailand
    • Which of these TV series were produced by Nickelodeon? Dora the Explorer, Global Guts, Invader Zim, Kenan & Kel, Planet Sheen, Rabbids Invasion, Sam & Cat, The Wild Thornberrys
    • Which of these albums are recordings of live performances? Green Day's Bullet in a Bible, Johnny Cash's At Folsom Prison, Kiss' Alive!, Linkin Park's Road to Revolution, Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps, Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense, The Band's The Last Waltz, U2's Under A Blood Red Sky
    • Which of these albums were recorded by Pink Floyd? A Saucerful of Secrets, Atom Heart Mother, More, Obscured by Clouds, The Dark Side of the Moon, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, The Wall, Wish You Were Here
    • Which of these artists had songs featured on the soundtrack to the film Twilight? Black Ghosts, Blue Foundation, Collective Soul, Iron & Wine, Linkin Park, Muse, Paramore, Radiohead
    • Which of these artists or groups have won a Latin Grammy for best new artist? 3BallMTY, Alex Cuba, Alexander Acha, Bebe, Calle 13, Jesse & Joy, Kany García, Sie7e
    • Which of these artists/bands performed at Woodstock in 1969? Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, The Band, The Grateful Dead, The Who
    • Which of these characters are James Bond villains? Blofeld, Francisco Scaramanga, Goldfinger, Jaws, Le Chiffre, Mr. Big, Nick Nack, Odd Job
    • Which of these characters are from the 1999 film The Matrix? Apoc, Cypher, Dozer, Morpheus, Neo, Switch, Tank, Trinity
    • Which of these classic cartoon characters were voiced by Mel Blanc? Barney Rubble, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Heathcliff, Marvin the Martian, Mr. Spacely, Woody Woodpecker
    • Which of these comedies star Seth Rogen? 50/50, Funny People, Kung Fu Panda, Monsters vs. Aliens, Paul, The Green Hornet, The Guilt Trip, This Is The End
    • Which of these films are based on Stephen King books? Carrie, Misery, Silver Bullet, Stand By Me, The Mangler, The Mist, The Running Man, The Shining
    • Which of these films feature James Bond? Casino Royale, Diamonds Are Forever, Goldfinger, Moonraker, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, You Only Live Twice
    • Which of these films feature vampires? Daybreakers, Fright Night, From Dusk Till Dawn, Nosferatu, Salem's Lot, The Lost Boys, Twilight, Underworld
    • Which of these films has made more than a billion dollars at the box office worldwide? Avatar, Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Skyfall, The Dark Knight Rises, The Dark Knight, Titanic, Transformers: Dark of the Moon
    • Which of these films starred Gene Wilder? Blazing Saddles, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Silver Streak, Stir Crazy, The Frisco Kid, The Producers, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Young Frankenstein
    • Which of these films starred George Clooney? Batman & Robin, Burn After Reading, From Dusk Till Dawn, Gravity, Oceans 11, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Ides of March, Three Kings
    • Which of these films starred Scarlett Johansson? Her, Hitchcock, Lost in Translation, Match Point, The Other Boleyn Girl, The Prestige, The Spirit, We Bought a Zoo
    • Which of these films starred Sylvester Stallone? Cobra, Cop Land, First Blood, Oscar, Rhinestone, Rocky, Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot, The Specialist
    • Which of these films were produced by J.J. Abrams? Cloverfield, Forever Young, Joy Ride, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Morning Glory, Star Trek, Super 8, The Suburbans
    • Which of these films were released in the 1990's? Forrest Gump, Ghost, Home Alone, Jurassic Park, Men In Black, Mrs. Doubtfire, Saving Private Ryan, Twister
    • Which of these names are actors on the TV series The Big Bang Theory? Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kevin Sussman, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik, Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg
    • Which of these names are characters from the TV series House? Allison Cameron, Chris Taub, Eric Foreman, James Wilson, Lawrence Kutner, Lisa Cuddy, Remy Hadley, Robert Chase
    • Which of these rock groups originate from England? Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Oasis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Who
    • Which of these songs are by One Direction? "Best Song Ever", "Gotta Be You", "I Should Have Kissed You", "Kiss You", "Magic", "Na, Na, Na", "Taken", "What Makes You Beautiful"
    • Which of these songs were originally recorded by The Beatles? "A Hard Day's Night", "Can't Buy Me Love", "Come Together", "Hello, Goodbye", "Hey Jude", "I Want to Hold Your Hand", "Let It Be", "The Long and Winding Road"
    • Which of these villains are from the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series? Baxter Stockman, Bebop, Foot Clan, Krang, Rocksteady, Shredder, Slash, The Rat King

    History
    • As of 2013, which of these companies are publicly traded? Apple, Bank of China, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Microsoft, Samsung, Toyota Motor, Volkswagen
    • As of 2013, which of these people have been named Time Magazine's person of the year? Barack Obama, Ben Bernake, George W. Bush, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Pope Francis, Rudy Giuliani, Vladimir Putin
    • As of 2014, which of the following people have won a Nobel Peace Prize? Barack Obama, Desmond Tutu, Martin Luther King Jr., Mikhail Gorbachev, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, The 14th Dalai Lama, Yasser Arafat
    • As of 2014, which of these are names of pets owned by Presidents of the United States? Buddy, India, Lucky, Millie, Ranger, Rex, Socks, Spot
    • As of 2014, which of these countries are members of OPEC, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries? Algeria, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Venezuela
    • Which countries joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty when it began in 1968? Afghanistan, Canada, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, United States
    • Which of the following inventions are from the 19th century? Disposable Razors, Dry-Cell Batteries, Dynamite, Rubber Tires, Steam Locomotives, Telephones, Typewriters, Water Turbines
    • Which of these U.S. presidents served in the military? Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, George Washington, Harry S. Truman, John. F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Theodore Roosevelt, Ulysses S. Grant
    • Which of these celebrities participated in the "Got Milk?" advertising campaign? Britney Spears, Elton John, Jackie Chan, Jennifer Aniston, Joan Rivers, Larry King, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Steven Tyler
    • Which of these countries allied in opposition to the Axis Powers during World War II? Canada, China, Cuba, France, Great Britain, India, Soviet Union, United States
    • Which of these countries are members of the G20 economic group? Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
    • Which of these countries contributed to the building of the International Space Station? Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Japan, Netherlands, Russia, United Kingdom
    • Which of these countries did Germany occupy during WWII? Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Italy, Norway, Poland
    • Which of these countries fought in World War I? Brazil, Bulgaria, Cuba, England, France, Germany, New Zealand, U.S.A.
    • Which of these events were held during the ancient Olympic Games? Boxing, Discus Throw, Horse Racing, Javelin Throw, Long Jump, Pentathlon, Shot Put, Wrestling
    • Which of these gods are Egyptian deities? Amun, Anubis, Horus, Isis, Nefertum, Nephthys, Osiris, Ptah
    • Which of these historical figures were Roman emperors? Augustus, Caligula, Claudius, Constantine, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Nero, Tiberius
    • Which of these historical regions are not present day countries? Bavaria, Czechoslovakia, Hanover, Moldova, Prussia, Sardinia, Wallachia, Wurttemberg
    • Which of these individuals were presidents of the United States of America? Bill Clinton, George Washington, Gerald Ford, Herbert Hoover, James K. Polk, James Madison, Jimmy Carter, Ulysses S. Grant
    • Which of these inventions were created by the Roman Empire? Aqueducts, Catapults, Concrete, Newspapers, Roads & Highways, The Julian Calendar, Waterwheels, Welfare
    • Which of these inventions were created by women? Chocolate Chip Cookies, Circular Saws, Colored Flare System, Dishwashers, Kevlar, Liquid Paper, Square Bottomed Paper Bags, Windshield Wipers
    • Which of these names belonged to kings of England? Alfred, Charles, Edmund, Edward, George, Henry, James, William
    • Which of these present day countries occupy land that was part of the Roman Empire? Belgium, Egypt, Iraq, Romania, Spain, Syria, Turkey, United Kingdom
    • Which of these sayings have been slogans for Coca-Cola? "Be Really Refreshed", "Catch the Wave", "Ice Cold Sunshine", "It's the Real Thing", "Life Tastes Good", "Look Up America", "Sign of Good Taste", 'Six Million a Day"
    • Which of these states were members of the first 13 colonies of the United States of America? Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia
    • Which of these things spread via the Silk Road trade route? Buddhism, Ceramics, Gunpowder, Islam, Paper, Silk, The Magnetic Compass, The Printing Press
    • Which of these websites are part of the Gawker Media Group? Deadspin, Gizmodo, Jalopnik, Jezebel, Kotaku, Lifehacker, Sploid, io9

    Arts & Literature
    • As of 2013, which of these DC Comics characters have been members of the Justice League? Aquaman, Batman, Cyborg, Green Lantern, Shazam!, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman
    • As of 2014, which of the following works by science fiction author Philip K. Dick have been adapted into films? A Scanner Darkly, Adjustment Team, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Impostor, Paycheck, The Golden Man, The Minority Report, We Can Remember It for You Wholesale
    • In Le Morte d'Arthur, which of these characters are Knights of the Round Table? Aglovale, Agravaine, Aliduke, Arthur, Galahad, Kay, Launcelot du Lac, Percivale
    • In the Harry Potter book series, which of these characters work at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Albus Dumbledore, Filius Flitwick, Minerva McGonagall, Poppy Pomfrey, Remus Lupin, Rolanda Hooch, Rubeus Hagrid, Severus Snape
    • Which of these are books written by Dr. Seuss? And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street, Hop on Pop, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, If I Ran the Circus, Oh Say Can You Say, Oh the Places You'll Go, The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins, Yertle the Turtle
    • Which of these are musicals written by Rodgers and Hammerstein? Carousel, Cinderella, Flower Drum Song, Oklahoma!, South Pacific, State Fair, The King and I, The Sound of Music
    • Which of these are novels by Fyodor Dostoyevsky? Crime and Punishment, Humiliated and Insulted, Notes From Underground, The Adolescent, The Brothers Karamazov, The Gambler, The Idiot, The Landlady
    • Which of these authors have won the Hugo Award for best science fiction or fantasy novel? Arthur C. Clarke, Daniel Keyes, George R. R. Martin, Isaac Asimov, John Varley, Kurt Vonnegut, Orson Scott Card, Philip K. Dick
    • Which of these books were written by Charles Dickens? A Christmas Carol, A Tale of Two Cities, Bleak House, David Copperfield, Little Dorrit, The Adventures of Oliver Twist, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Old Curiosity Shop
    • Which of these characters are from Homer's "The Odyssey"? Antinous, Calypso, Charybdis, Circe, Penelope, Polyphemus, Scylla, The Sirens
    • Which of these characters are from the musical Cats? Bustopher Jones, Demeter, Griddlebone, Grizabella, Macavity, Mr. Mistoffelees, Munkustrap, Old Deuteronomy
    • Which of these characters are members of The Fellowship of the Ring in the book The Fellowship of the Ring? Aragorn, Boromir, Frodo, Gandalf, Gimli, Legolas, Merry, Sam
    • Which of these classic novels were written by Jules Verne? 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Around the World in 80 Days, Five Weeks in a Balloon, From the Earth to the Moon, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Off on a Comet, The Lighthouse at the End of the World, The Mysterious Island
    • Which of these classic stories were originally printed in Grimm's Fairy Tales? "Cinderella", "Hansel & Gretel", "Little Red Riding Hood", "Rapunzel", "Rumplestiltskin", "Snow White", "The Frog King", "The Golden Goose"
    • Which of these comic books were written by Alan Moore? Fashion Beast, Lost Girls, Marvelman/ Miracleman, Promethea, Saga of the Swamp Thing, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, V for Vendetta, Watchmen
    • Which of these famous artists were painting in the 20th century? Andy Warhol, Edward Hopper, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian
    • Which of these instruments are in the strings family? Cello, Clavichord, Guitar, Lyre, Mandolin, Piano, Viola, Zither
    • Which of these novels were made into movies that won the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay? Forrest Gump, L.A. Confidential, No Country for Old Men, Schindler's Ark, The Godfather, The Pianist, The Return of The King, The Silence of the Lambs
    • Which of these plays were written by Tennessee Williams? A Streetcar Named Desire, Camino Real, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Fugitive Kind, Period of Adjustment, Stairs to the Roof, The Glass Menagerie, The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
    • Which of these plays were written by William Shakespeare? All's Well That Ends Well, As You Like It, Cymbeline, Love's Labour's Lost, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Winter's Tale
    • Which of these plays won the Pulitzer Prize for drama? A Streetcar Named Desire, Death of a Salesman, Fences, Glengarry Glen Ross, Our Town, Rent, South Pacific, The Diary of Anne Frank
    • Which of these poems were written by Pablo Neruda? "A Dog Has Died", "A Lemon", "A Song of Despair", "Always", "And Because Love Battles", "If You Forget Me", "Ode to My Socks", "Your Laughter"
    • Which of these science fiction books feature aliens? Rendezvous with Rama, Solaris, Starship Troopers, The Andromeda Strain, The Host, The Sirens of Titan, The Tommyknockers, The War of the Worlds
    • Which of these songs are originally from Broadway musicals? "All Er Nuthin", "Do You Hear the People Sing", "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?", "No One Mourns the Wicked", "Out Tonight", "Seasons of Love", "Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat", "The Worst Pies in London"
    • Which of these terms are used to describe movements in Ballet? Arabesque, Attitude, Changement, Jeté, Pas, Pirouette, Plié, Pointe
    • Which of these villains made their first appearance in a Batman comic? Bane, Clay Face, Hush, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy, The Joker, The Ventriloquist, Two Face
    • Which of these were Greek mythological heroes? Achilles, Ajax, Castor, Daedalus, Hector, Pandion, Perseus, Theseus
    • Which of these works of art were created by Andy Warhol? "Brillo Soap Pads Box", "Eight Elvises", "Gun", "Hamburger", "Mao", "Marilyn", "Moonwalk", "Silver Liz"
    • Which of these works were painted by Picasso? Couple, Girl Before a Mirror, Guernica, Mother and Child, Old Guitarist, The Dream, Three Musicians, Violin and Guitar

    Science & Nature
    • According to the World Wildlife Foundation, which of these animals are endangered species as of 2013? Black Rhino, Blue Whale, Bonobo, Chimpanzee, Giant Tortoise, Leatherback Turtle, Snow Leopard, Sumatran Elephant
    • Which of the following animals are mammals? Armadillo, Bat, Dolphin, Kangaroo, Lemur, Manatee, Rhinoceros, Whale
    • Which of the following names are constellations? Andromeda, Aries, Gemini, Hercules, Orion, Taurus, Ursa Major, Virgo
    • Which of these animals are a breed of dog? Affenpinscher, Akbash, American Staffordshire, Hamiltonstovare, Havanese, Irish Setter, Pekingese, Pomeranian
    • Which of these animals are native to Africa? Bonobo, Chimpanzee, Elephant, Giraffe, Gorilla, Leopard, Rhinoceros, Zebra
    • Which of these animals are omnivores? Box Turtle, Chicken, Flamingos, Hummingbird, Iguana, Piranhas, Raccoon, Whale Shark
    • Which of these animals are reptiles? Alligator, Crocodile, Frilled Lizard, Gecko, Iguana, Snake, Tortoise, Turtle
    • Which of these animals are species of birds? Blue Jay, Kiwi, Lark, Nightjar, Parrot, Petrel, Trogon, Wren
    • Which of these animals do not lay eggs? Anaconda, Bat, Boa Constrictor, Garter Snake, Hedgehog, Porcupine, Rattlesnake, Skink
    • Which of these animals live in the Arctic? Beluga, Caribou, Harp Seal, Narwhal, Orca, Polar Bear, Puffin, Walrus
    • Which of these birds are seabirds? Albatrosses, Boobies, Gulls, Pelicans, Penguins, Puffins, Skimmers, Snipes
    • Which of these birds do not possess the ability to fly? Cassowary, Dodo, Emu, Kiwi, Moa, Ostrich, Penguin, Rhea
    • Which of these body parts are found in the human head? Cochlea, Cornea, Hippocampus, Lateral Incisor, Mandible, Medulla Oblongata, Pineal Gland, Retina
    • Which of these books were written by physicist Stephen Hawking? A Brief History of Time, A Briefer History of Time, George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt, God Created the Integers, My Brief History, On The Shoulders of Giants, The Grand Design, The Universe in a Nutshell
    • Which of these breeds are types of horses? Andalusian, Appaloosa, Arabian, Clydesdale, Friesian, Mustang, Paint, Palomino
    • Which of these creatures are not insects? Black Widow, Brown Recluse, Centipede, Dust Mite, Lone Star Tick, Millipede, Scorpion, Tarantula
    • Which of these creatures are herbivores? Camels, Caribou, Cows, Deer, Elephants, Giraffes, Rabbits, Squirrels
    • Which of these creatures lived during the Jurassic period? Allosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Crocodile, Megalosaurus, Pterodactyl, Shark, Squid, Stegosaurus
    • Which of these elements are listed as gases on the Periodic Table of Elements? Argon, Chlorine, Fluorine, Krypton, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Radon, Xenon
    • Which of these elements are radioactive? Californium, Einsteinium, Neptunium, Plutonium, Polonium, Radium, Radon, Uranium
    • Which of these everyday items were originally designed for space exploration? Ear Thermometers, Insulin Pumps, Invisible Braces, Memory Foam, Scratch Resistant Lenses, Smoke Detectors, Water Purification, Wireless Headsets
    • Which of these fields are types of medical doctors? Anesthesiologists, Dermatologists, Obstetricians, Oncologists, Paleopathologists, Pathologists, Pediatricians, Radiologists
    • Which of these inventions did Thomas Edison hold patents for? Carbon Microphone, Edison Cement, Electric Power Transmission, First Practical Light Bulb, Kinetograph Camera, Kinetoscope, Phonograph, Quadruplex Telegraph
    • Which of these letters can be found on the top row of a standard QWERTY keyboard? E, I, O, P, Q, R, U, Y
    • Which of these names are types of sharks? Basking, Goblin, Hammerhead, Leopard, Spiny Dogfish, Thresher, Tiger, Whale
    • Which of these sea animals are invertebrates? Clam, Crab, Jellyfish, Lobster, Mussel, Octopus, Sea Urchin, Shrimp
    • Which of these substances are real-life elements? Argon, Cesium, Francium, Gold, Helium, Hydrogen, Lithium, Zinc
    • Which of these titles are versions of Apple's OS X? Cheetah, Jaguar, Leopard, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Panther, Puma, Snow Leopard
    • Which of these trees are evergreens? Cedar, Fir, Hemlock, Juniper, Laurel, Pine, Spruce, Yew

    Sports & Leisure
    • As of 2013, which of these players have been named FIFA's Player of the Year? Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Marco van Basten, Michael Owen, Pavel Nedved, Ricardo Kaká, Ronaldinho, Zinedine Zidane
    • As of 2013, which of these pro golfers have won a Masters Golf tournament? Arnold Palmer, Bubba Watson, Charl Schwartzel, Jack Nicklaus, Mike Weir, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Trevor Immelman
    • As of 2013, which of these tennis players have won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments? Andre Agassi, Billie Jean King, Maria Sharapova, Martina Navratilova, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Steffi Graf
    • As of 2014, which of these cities do not have an NBA franchise? Albuquerque, Austin, Colorado Springs, Fresno, Las Vegas, Omaha, Seattle, Virginia Beach
    • As of 2014, which of these cities has hosted the Summer Olympics? Athens, Atlanta, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Montreal, Munich, Sydney, Tokyo
    • As of 2014, which of these countries have hosted the FIFA World Cup? Brazil, Chile, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay
    • As of the end of the 2012-13 season, which of these NHL teams have won the Stanley Cup at least once? Anaheim Ducks, Carolina Hurricanes, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning
    • From 1900 to 2012, which of these sports have been Olympic events? Croquet, Diving, Handball, Live Pigeon Shooting, Sailing, Swimming, Tug of War, Water Skiing
    • Which of the following cities will host a Formula One race as part of the 2014 season? Austin, Barcelona, Hockenheim, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Montreal, Silverstone, Sochi
    • Which of these MLB players have hit over 500 career home runs? Babe Ruth, Frank Robinson, Hank Aaron, Harmon Killibrew, Ken Griffey, Jr., Mickey Mantle, Reggie Jackson, Willie Mays
    • Which of these NCAA teams are a part of the Big 12 conference? Baylor Bears, Iowa State Cyclones, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Texas Longhorns, Texas Tech Red Raiders, West Virginia Mountaineers
    • Which of these NFL teams are in the National Football Conference, or NFC? Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks
    • Which of these NFL teams have won a Super Bowl? Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams
    • Which of these Transformers are members of the Autobots? Bumblebee, Ironhide, Jazz, Jolt, Leadfoot, Mudflap, Optimus Prime, Ratchet
    • Which of these are ailments from the original Operation board game? Adam's Apple, Brain Freeze, Broken Heart, Butterflies in Stomach, Spare Ribs, Water on the Knee, Wish Bone, Wrenched Ankle
    • Which of these colors are karate belt colors? Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Red, White, Yellow
    • Which of these drinks are Coca-Cola products? Dasani, Dr. Pepper, Fanta, Five Alive, Fresca, Hi-C, Powerade, Sprite
    • Which of these foods are fruit? Avocado, Corn, Cucumber, Olives, Pumpkin, Squash, String Beans, Tomatoes
    • Which of these football athletes have won the Heisman Trophy? Barry Sanders, Doug Flutie, Eddie George, Johnny Manziel, Matt Leinart, Roger Staubach, Tim Tebow, Vinny Testaverde
    • Which of these games traditionally uses dice? Clue, Dungeons and Dragons, Monopoly, Mousetrap, Risk, Trivial Pursuit, Trouble, Yahtzee
    • Which of these locations are in the original version of the board game Clue? Ballroom, Billiard Room, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Lounge, Study
    • Which of these names are Yoga poses? Bridge, Downward Facing Dog, Eagle, Flying Crow, Half Moon, Little Thunderbolt, Mountain, Plank
    • Which of these names are flavors of Ben & Jerry's ice cream? AmeriCone Dream, Cherry Garcia, Chubby Hubby, Chunky Monkey, Imagine Whirled Peace, Karamel Sutra, Late Night Snack, Phish Food
    • Which of these sports are traditionally played on a court? Badminton, Basketball, Handball, Netball, Racquetball, Squash, Tennis, Volleyball
    • Which of these street names are also properties in the original version of Monopoly? Boardwalk, Marvin Gardens, Mediterranean Avenue, North Carolina Avenue, Park Place, St. Charles Place, Ventnor Avenue, Virginia Avenue
    • Which of these teams are in the National Hockey League? Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Edmonton Oilers, Montréal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, St. Louis Blues, Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets
    • Which of these teams played in the English Premier League's 2013-2014 season? Chelsea, Everton, Fulham, Norwich, Stoke City, Swansea, Tottenham, West Ham
    • Which of these terms are names of Martial Arts disciplines? Hapkidô, Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Krav Maga, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, Taekwon-Do, Tai Chi
    • Which of these terms are types of knots? Bowline, Clove Hitch, Figure Eight, Fisherman's, Inside Clinch, Overhand, Sheet Bend, Tomfool
    • Which of these two-letter words are acceptable in the board game Scrabble? Aa, Hm, Mm, Ow, Ox, Qi, Yo, Za
    • Which of these vegetables can be found in V8 Juice? Beet, Carrot, Celery, Lettuce, Parsley, Spinach, Tomato, Watercress

    • Final Round

    Geography
    • Begins with a rocket launch. Running of the Bulls
    • Boasts man-made structures built of sarsen stone. Stonehenge
    • Boasts the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world. Niagara Falls
    • Boasts the longest continental mountain range. South America
    • Borders the Mediterranean Sea. Spain
    • Borders the North Sea. Norway
    • Colonized the country of Brazil. Portugal
    • Combines Catholic and Aztec cultures. Dia de los Muertos
    • Completely surrounds the country of Lesotho. South Africa
    • Connects two oceans. The Panama Canal
    • Contains Challenger Deep, the lowest point on earth. The Pacific Ocean
    • Contains Dublin. Ireland
    • Contains Edinburgh. Scotland
    • Contains a restaurant. The Eiffel Tower
    • Contains the Gulf Stream current. The Atlantic Ocean
    • Contains the longest mountain range in the world. The Atlantic Ocean
    • Contains what used to be portions of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The Southern Ocean
    • Covers more total area than all the continents combined. The Pacific Ocean
    • Destroyed Pompeii in 79 AD. Mount Vesuvius
    • Developed its use of chili peppers from Portuguese explorers. Indian Cuisine
    • Did not include milk drinking until the 20th century. Japanese Cuisine
    • Does not have any native snakes that are poisonous. New Zealand
    • Does not use locks. The Suez Canal
    • Encompasses major seaports including Jakarta, Perth, and Mumbai. The Indian Ocean
    • Features sushi, which evolved from a method of preserving fish. Japanese Cuisine
    • Flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Amazon River
    • Flows north. Nile River
    • Gained its independence earlier, in 1816. Argentina
    • Gave women the right to vote earlier, in 1932. Brazil
    • Gets 89% of its energy from fossil fuels. Thailand
    • Goes through more countries. Nile River
    • Had a king whose nickname was "Bluetooth." Norway
    • Has Bangkok as its capital. Thailand
    • Has Oslo as its capital city. Norway
    • Has Portuguese as its official language. Brazil
    • Has a larger area. North Korea
    • Has a larger population. Asia
    • Has a larger population. United States of America
    • Has a much lower flow. Nile River
    • Has a population with a higher life expectancy. Japan
    • Has a tent named the "Hippodrom." Oktoberfest
    • Has almost double the population, at 49 million. South Korea
    • Has celebrants that often wear decorative masks. Dia de los Muertos
    • Has decorations that include orange marigolds. Dia de los Muertos
    • Has erupted more recently, in 2008. Mount St. Helens
    • Has had over 2 billion vehicles drive across it, as of 2013. Golden Gate Bridge
    • Has hosted the Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
    • Has more countries, at 53. Europe
    • Has more than twice as many airports. Russia
    • Has no darkness for 70 days in some areas. Finland
    • Has no official national language. United States of America
    • Has older man-made structures, built in 3000 - 2200 B.C. Stonehenge
    • Has over 90% of its population living in urban areas. Japan
    • Has purple, green, and gold as its traditional colors. Mardi Gras
    • Has recorded the hottest temperature on earth, at 134°F. Death Valley
    • Has seven times more population, at 38 million. Poland
    • Has the Colorado River running through it. Grand Canyon National Park
    • Has the greater land area, at 513,000 km². Thailand
    • Has the higher population as of 2014. China
    • Has the indigenous name of Rapa Nui. Easter Island
    • Has the strongest economy in South America. Brazil
    • Heavily features lamb and goat. Indian Cuisine
    • Hosts the Boryeong Mud Festival every year. South Korea
    • Imprisoned and later elected Nelson Mandela as its first president. South Africa
    • Is 55.86 meters tall. The Leaning Tower of Pisa
    • Is Japan's highest peak. Mount Fuji
    • Is a bell tower. The Leaning Tower of Pisa
    • Is a larger country by land area. Sweden
    • Is a larger producer of automobiles. Japan
    • Is a major tourist attraction with casinos and luxury hotel. Niagara Falls
    • Is almost 90% Roman Catholic. Poland
    • Is an island nation. Philippines
    • Is associated with the color green. Ireland
    • Is bordered by two oceans. South Africa
    • Is closer to Japan. Russia
    • Is considered to be the birthplace of grunge music. Seattle
    • Is crossed by the prime meridian, which signifies zero longitude. Europe
    • Is famous for its mysterious sailing stones, rocks which seemingly move. Death Valley
    • Is governed by a parliamentary democracy. Portugal
    • Is home to Capital Records. Los Angeles
    • Is home to Columbia University. New York City
    • Is home to Lake Titicaca. South America
    • Is home to ancient giant sequoia trees. Yosemite National Park
    • Is home to kiwi birds. New Zealand
    • Is home to man-made structures known as moai. Easter Island
    • Is home to the Half Dome cliff. Yosemite National Park
    • Is home to the Racetrack Playa. Death Valley
    • Is home to the Taj Mahal. Asia
    • Is home to the headquarters of the United Nations. New York City
    • Is home to the rapper Macklemore. Seattle
    • Is home to the ruins of Chichen Itza. North America
    • Is home to wallabies. Australia
    • Is inhabited by pink snakes. Grand Canyon National Park
    • Is known as the "Lost City of the Incas." The Ruins of Machu Picchu
    • Is known for its bagpipes. Scotland
    • Is larger. The Indian Ocean
    • Is located in South America. Amazon River
    • Is longer overall, at 193 km. The Suez Canal
    • Is made of limestone. The Great Sphinx of Giza
    • Is made of marble. The Leaning Tower of Pisa
    • Is named after royalty. Victoria Falls
    • Is often incorrectly attributed as being visible from the moon. The Great Wall of China
    • Is painted "International Orange." Golden Gate Bridge
    • Is part of the "New 7 Wonders of the World." The Great Wall of China
    • Is part of the Swiss Alps. The Matterhorn
    • Is part of the United Kingdom. Stonehenge
    • Is partially within the Arctic Circle. Finland
    • Is represented in rugby tournaments by the All Blacks. New Zealand
    • Is right next to the city of Naples. Mount Vesuvius
    • Is roughly twice the height of the other. Victoria Falls
    • Is separated from Morocco by the Straight of Gibraltar. Spain
    • Is surrounded by the Ring of Fire, a long string of volcanoes. The Pacific Ocean
    • Is taller, at 4,478 meters. The Matterhorn
    • Is the birthplace of IKEA furniture stores. Sweden
    • Is the home of mobile phone company Nokia. Finland
    • Is the home of the NFL team, the Seahawks. Seattle
    • Is the home of the NHL team the Canucks. Vancouver
    • Is the largest country in the world. Russia
    • Is the logo on the triangular-shaped package of Toblerone candy. The Matterhorn
    • Is the only active volcano in mainland Europe. Mount Vesuvius
    • Is the only continent to have every climate type. North America
    • Is the second smallest continent in the world. Europe
    • Is the setting of Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Spain
    • Is the site of North America’s youngest glacier. Mount St. Helens
    • Is the world's only perfectly circular ocean. The Southern Ocean
    • Is three times larger. Brazil
    • Is where Death Valley can be found. North America
    • Is where many land speed records have been set. Bonneville Salt Flats
    • Joined the "Trillion Dollar Club" of world economies in 2004. South Korea
    • Labels itself the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. North Korea
    • Landed an unmanned rover on the moon in 2013. China
    • Makes use of curries. Indian Cuisine
    • Originally had steam engines that lifted its middle span. London Tower Bridge
    • Originated from a horse race. Oktoberfest
    • Scares tourists with the legend of "Drop Bears". Australia
    • Sits at a high elevation and cannot be seen from below. The Ruins of Machu Picchu
    • Takes place in Pamplona. Running of the Bulls
    • Translates to "Fat Tuesday." Mardi Gras
    • Typically ends on Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras
    • Was a Spanish colony ceded to the U.S. after the Spanish-American War. Philippines
    • Was built early in the 12th century. The Ruins of Angkor Wat
    • Was built to honor the Hindu god Vishnu. The Ruins of Angkor Wat
    • Was constructed earlier. The Great Sphinx of Giza
    • Was defined more recently, in 2000. The Southern Ocean
    • Was first climbed in 1865. The Matterhorn
    • Was given to the State of California by Abraham Lincoln in 1864. Yosemite National Park
    • Was marked with a granite slab known as the "Dream Stele." The Great Sphinx of Giza
    • Was named by the famous explorer Dr. David Livingstone. Victoria Falls
    • Was opened earlier, in 1869. The Suez Canal
    • Was originally a settlement named "Gastown." Vancouver
    • Was originally named New Amsterdam. New York City
    • Was originally started by the French. The Panama Canal
    • Was painted red, white, and blue in 1977 to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee. London Tower Bridge
    • Was rediscovered in 1911. The Ruins of Machu Picchu
    • Was referred to by a local newspaper as "a thirty-five million dollar steel harp" on its opening day. Golden Gate Bridge
    • Was the birthplace of coffee. Ethiopia
    • Was the founding site of early human ancestor "Lucy." Ethiopia
    • Was the home of Robert the Bruce. Scotland
    • Was the touchdown location for NASA's Stardust mission. Bonneville Salt Flats
    • Was used as a German observation post in World War II. The Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Entertainment
    • Acted in the film The Expendables. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • Aired first. The Office: U.K. Version
    • Aired for more seasons. The Office: U.S. Version
    • Airs on the CBS Television Network. The Young and the Restless
    • Appeared at the end of the 2012 film Prometheus. Alien
    • Appeared earlier, in 1933. King Kong
    • Appeared earlier, in 1979. Alien
    • Appeared in the 1996 film Space Jam. Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner
    • Appeared on the cover of three of Francine Pascal's books. Amanda Seyfried
    • Are both vegan. Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
    • Are fronted by Wesley Schultz. The Lumineers
    • Are led by musician Trent Reznor. Nine Inch Nails
    • As of 2013, has been the number one daytime drama for more than 20 consecutive years. The Young and the Restless
    • As of 2013, has more Academy Award nominations for best director, with eight nominations. Martin Scorsese
    • As of 2014, has been nominated for more Academy Awards, at four. Julia Roberts
    • As of 2014, has been nominated for more Oscars, at six. Denzel Washington
    • As of 2014, has grossed almost a billion more dollars at the U.S. Box Office. Julia Roberts
    • As of 2014, has grossed more money at the U.S. Box Office. Matt Damon
    • As of 2014, has grossed more money at the U.S. Box Office. Tom Hanks
    • As of 2014, has more categories awarded, at 82. The Grammys
    • As of 2014, has won more Grammy Awards, totaling 21. Kanye West
    • As of 2014, has won the Academy Award for Best Director more times, with two wins. Steven Spielberg
    • As of 2014, is the top-grossing director of all-time. Steven Spielberg
    • Battled Arnold Schwarzenegger in its first appearance. Predator
    • Battles the malevolent mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products. RoboCop
    • Began in radio before moving on to television. Oprah Winfrey
    • Began most episode titles with the prefix "The one with..." or "The one where..." Friends
    • Begins each movie with a vignette following a squirrel named Scrat. The Ice Age Film Series
    • Claimed the record for the highest-rated hour of cable television ever with 16.1 million viewers in 2013. The Walking Dead
    • Collaborated with Pharrell Williams in 2013. Daft Punk
    • Comes from Skull Island. King Kong
    • Constantly deal with faulty products from Acme Corporation. Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner
    • Created a concert series with Bono, Celine Deon and others that raised millions for charity. Luciano Pavarotti
    • Created the TV series Robot Chicken. Seth Green
    • Directed the film Blade Runner. Ridley Scott
    • Directed the film Death to Smoochy. Danny DeVito
    • Directed the film In the Land of Blood and Honey. Angelina Jolie
    • Directed the film Terminator and its sequel Terminator 2: Judgement Day. James Cameron
    • Discovered a Grammy winner in its first season. American Idol
    • Enrolled in Harvard at age 16. Yo Yo Ma
    • Famously features a "top ten list" on his show. David Letterman
    • Famously quipped, "Dead or alive, you're coming with me." RoboCop
    • Featured Ringo Starr on drums. The Beatles
    • Featured characters in the Warner Brothers water tower after the credits of every episode. Animaniacs
    • Featured the comedy bit "Headlines" on his show. Jay Leno
    • Featured the romance of Jim and Pam. The Office: U.S. Version
    • Features Keith Richards playing guitar solos. The Rolling Stones
    • Features N.A.S.A.'s Voyager 1. 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    • Features a group of covert penguins. The Madagascar Film Series
    • Features prehistoric animals. The Ice Age Film Series
    • Features small yellow minions. Despicable Me
    • Features the superhero Metro Man. Megamind
    • Features the villain Vector. Despicable Me
    • Features time travel. 2009's Star Trek
    • Fired their original lead guitarist, Dave Mustaine, who went on to form Megadeth. Metallica
    • First aired on CBS. The Munsters
    • First appeared in a 1987 commercial for Heinz Tomato Ketchup. Matt LeBlanc
    • Follows the Brady, the Horton, and the DiMera families. Days of Our Lives
    • Formed a charitable foundation to fight childhood obesity in 2003. Dr. Phil
    • Formed earlier, in 1988. Nine Inch Nails
    • Found fame on the TV series Taxi. Danny DeVito
    • Founded Harpo Productions, a U.S. based multimedia production company. Oprah Winfrey
    • Got his start in the TV series Freaks and Geeks. Seth Rogen
    • Grossed more worldwide at the box office. American Pie
    • Guest starred on the TV series Frasier. Bill Paxton
    • Had Gregory Peck as a president. The Academy Awards
    • Had a cameo in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Ben Affleck
    • Had a hit song which sampled French house duo Daft Punk. Kanye West
    • Had a pet dinosaur named Spot. The Munsters
    • Had a short-lived spin-off show named Joey. Friends
    • Had more seasons. Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Had several sequels. American Pie
    • Had television host Conan O'Brien as a writer for several seasons. The Simpsons
    • Had the first draft of its script written by two fifteen-year-olds. Superbad
    • Had their song "Gale Song" on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack. The Lumineers
    • Had their song "Hurt" covered by Johnny Cash. Nine Inch Nails
    • Has a "Diary Room" where the stars confess their secrets to the audience. Big Brother
    • Has a cameo appearance by punk band Blink-182. American Pie
    • Has a character voiced by David Schwimmer. The Madagascar Film Series
    • Has a guitarist who goes by the stage name "The Edge." U2
    • Has a scene where Spock kisses Uhura. 2009's Star Trek
    • Has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Godzilla
    • Has appeared in films directed by Ridley Scott and James Cameron. Alien
    • Has been on air longer, with 49 seasons as of 2014. Days of Our Lives
    • Has blind auditions, with decisions based solely on voice and not on looks. The Voice
    • Has directed a film that won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Ben Affleck
    • Has directed the two biggest box office films of all time. James Cameron
    • Has had Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler as judges. American Idol
    • Has had Shakira and Usher as coaches. The Voice
    • Has had will.i.am on the board of directors. The Grammys
    • Has its name inspired by George Orwell's novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four. Big Brother
    • Has performed for eight U.S. Presidents. Yo Yo Ma
    • Has scored the majority of long-time friend Tim Burton's films. Danny Elfman
    • Has two sons. Dr. Phil
    • Has won 16 Grammy Awards. Yo Yo Ma
    • Has won more Grammy Awards, at 4 wins. Hans Zimmer
    • Have a smaller age difference between them, at 15 years. Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
    • Have starred in the same film. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
    • Included Uncle Fester, who was played by Christopher Lloyd in the 1991 film adaptation. The Addams Family
    • Included the famous line "Here's looking at you, kid." Casablanca
    • Is Canadian. Seth Rogen
    • Is also a deep-sea explorer. James Cameron
    • Is an Irish rock band from Dublin. U2
    • Is based on a comic book series. The Walking Dead
    • Is classified as a T-800 Model 101. The Terminator
    • Is commonly referred to as "a show about nothing." Seinfeld
    • Is commonly referred to as the "King of the Monsters." Godzilla
    • Is considered one of the top 15 best-written TV series of all time by the Writers Guild of America. Breaking Bad
    • Is famous for his collection of classic cars. Jay Leno
    • Is fronted by lead vocalist, pianist, and rhythm guitarist Chris Martin. Coldplay
    • Is hosted by Carson Daly. The Voice
    • Is hosted by Jeff Probst. Survivor
    • Is produced by Vince Gilligan. Breaking Bad
    • Is set in the fictitious Midwestern town of Salem. Days of Our Lives
    • Is the daughter of actor Jon Voight. Angelina Jolie
    • Is the longest running American sitcom. The Simpsons
    • Is the national spokesman for the Boys and Girls Club of America. Denzel Washington
    • Is the voice of Chris in the TV series Family Guy. Seth Green
    • Knocked Sugar Ray Leonard down in The Fighter. Christian Bale
    • Lends his name to a brand of protein powder. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • Lived on 1313 Mockingbird Lane. The Munsters
    • Lost his memory in the film Memento. Guy Pearce
    • Made Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Goodfellas with Robert Deniro. Martin Scorsese
    • Married American R&B singer Beyoncé in 2008. Jay-Z
    • Offers an award with the rarely used official name "The Award of Merit." The Academy Awards
    • Originally aired in the Netherlands. Big Brother
    • Originally formed in Australia. AC/DC
    • Played Chandler Bing on the TV series Friends. Matthew Perry
    • Played Lonestar in the film Spaceballs. Bill Pullman
    • Played a werewolf on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Seth Green
    • Played the U.S. President in the film Independence Day. Bill Pullman
    • Played their first gig at the Marquee Club in London. The Rolling Stones
    • Plays himself in the British/American sitcom Episodes. Matt LeBlanc
    • Popularized the exclamation "d'oh!" which has since been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. The Simpsons
    • Possesses advanced technology. Predator
    • Ranks James T. Kirk as an Admiral. 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    • Received a knighthood from the Queen in 2003. Ridley Scott
    • Recorded "Ho Hey." The Lumineers
    • Recorded at Abbey Road. The Beatles
    • Recorded the song "(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction". The Rolling Stones
    • Refuse to use their songs for product endorsements, declining several multi-million dollar contracts. Coldplay
    • Released Babel in 2012. Mumford & Sons
    • Released one of the top 10 best selling albums of all time. AC/DC
    • Released the 2002 album A Rush of Blood to the Head. Coldplay
    • Released the 2008 album 808s & Heartbreak. Kanye West
    • Released their best-selling album, The Black Album, in 1991. Metallica
    • Revolves around the theft of the moon. Despicable Me
    • Saved the president's daughter in the film Lockout. Guy Pearce
    • Scored Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy. Hans Zimmer
    • Served as an army Staff Sergeant in the film The Hurt Locker. Guy Pearce
    • Share the same birthday, September 25th. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
    • Shot a music video with Oscar winning director, Darren Aronofsky. Metallica
    • Starred Plucky Duck. Tiny Toon Adventures
    • Starred Ricky Gervais. The Office: U.K. Version
    • Starred Wakko. Animaniacs
    • Starred William Shatner. Star Trek: The Original Series
    • Starred in a sitcom which was a spin-off of the TV series Friends. Matt LeBlanc
    • Starred in films such as The Whole Nine Yards with Bruce Willis and 17 Again with Zac Efron. Matthew Perry
    • Starred in the HBO series Big Love. Bill Paxton
    • Starred in the TV Series Veronica Mars. Amanda Seyfried
    • Starred in the film The Hunger Games. Jennifer Lawrence
    • Starred in the film The Machinist. Christian Bale
    • Starred in the film Winter's Bone. Jennifer Lawrence
    • Stars Will Ferrell. Megamind
    • Takes place during the 24th century. Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Takes place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Breaking Bad
    • Took place at the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. The Office: U.S. Version
    • Topped AFI's 100 Years, 100 Movies list. Citizen Kane
    • Traveled through time. The Terminator
    • Voiced the Grundle King in 1986's My Little Pony: The Movie. Danny DeVito
    • Was Emmy nominated for Best Dramatic Series. Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Was a member of the Three Tenors. Luciano Pavarotti
    • Was a punk in the original Terminator film. Bill Paxton
    • Was a veiled biography of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Citizen Kane
    • Was based on characters from a newspaper cartoon. The Addams Family
    • Was born in Brooklyn, New York. Jay-Z
    • Was born in California. Ben Affleck
    • Was cancelled and then revived two years later. Family Guy
    • Was co-created by Larry David. Seinfeld
    • Was created by Seth MacFarlane. Family Guy
    • Was described as a five year mission in the intro sequence. Star Trek: The Original Series
    • Was driven by the grand mystery of what "Rosebud" meant. Citizen Kane
    • Was founded earlier, in 1927. The Academy Awards
    • Was listed among TV Guide's "60 Greatest TV Cartoons of All Time". Animaniacs
    • Was nominated People's most beautiful person for the third time in 2005. Julia Roberts
    • Was originally a human named Alex Murphy. RoboCop
    • Was produced by Judd Apatow. Superbad
    • Was released earlier, in 2002. The Ice Age Film Series
    • Was the first animated series produced by Steven Spielberg. Tiny Toon Adventures
    • Was the first late-night host to book a sitting president, Barack Obama. Jay Leno
    • Was the first winner of the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at the 2002 Emmy Awards. Oprah Winfrey
    • Was the lead singer and songwriter for the rock band Oingo Boingo. Danny Elfman
    • Was the victor of their first showdown in the 1962 film King Kong vs. Godzilla. King Kong
    • Was written by Robert Orci. 2009's Star Trek
    • Went to Harvard University. Matt Damon
    • Were created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Tom and Jerry
    • Were created earlier, in 1940. Tom and Jerry
    • Were given voices for their 1992 full length film. Tom and Jerry
    • Were married earlier, in 2000. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
    • Will be on the air longer, until 2015. David Letterman
    • Won a Tony award for Fences. Denzel Washington
    • Won an Academy Award for Best Picture. Casablanca
    • Won an Academy Award in 2013. Jennifer Lawrence
    • Won an Oscar for the film Philadelphia. Tom Hanks
    • Won more Emmy Awards, with 10 wins. Seinfeld
    • Won the 2014 Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Daft Punk
    • Won the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2012. Mumford & Sons
    • Won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Martin Scorsese
    • Won the first-ever Outstanding Non-Fiction Program Emmy Award. Survivor
    • Wrote the theme music for the TV series The Simpsons. Danny Elfman

    History
    • Abolished border controls between member countries. The European Union
    • Are famously quoted as being less powerful than Superman. Locomotives
    • As of 2013, is ranked higher on the Fortune 500. General Mills
    • As of 2014, is the only woman to win the Nobel Prize in two fields. Marie Curie
    • Ascended to the throne at a younger age, at nine years old. King Tut
    • At age 44, suffered a collapse and a complete loss of his mental faculties. Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Became Duke of Normandy at age eight. William the Conqueror
    • Became Egypt's first Roman emperor. Augustus Caesar
    • Began sailing when he was only 15 years old. Christopher Columbus
    • Began the single market in 1993. The European Union
    • Called for the other to be removed from office. Vladimir Lenin
    • Calls itself "the front page of the internet." Reddit
    • Carry students to Hogwarts in the J. K. Rowling book series Harry Potter. Locomotives
    • Centers around the three gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Hinduism
    • Classified democracy as a deviant form of government. Aristotle
    • Coined the word "radioactivity." Marie Curie
    • Conquered the Persian Empire. Alexander the Great
    • Controlled Russia through World War II. Joseph Stalin
    • Created the cereal Cheerios. General Mills
    • Developed the "Total War" strategy. General William Sherman
    • Discovered and named the Pacific Ocean. Ferdinand Magellan
    • Does not involve the worship of a supreme being. Buddhism
    • Earned the title "Little Sure Shot" for her gun skill. Annie Oakley
    • Encourages abstaining from earthly comforts. Buddhism
    • Famously gave his "I have a dream" speech. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Filmed the world's first commercial in space, with a can of the drink floating outside the MIR Space Station. Pepsi
    • Financially supported William Shakespeare. Queen Elizabeth I
    • Formerly owned Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Pepsi
    • Fought in World War II. General Douglas MacArthur
    • Founded the Bolshevik Party, committed to workers' rights. Vladimir Lenin
    • Founded the Olympic Games. Ancient Greece
    • Had Abraham Lincoln as the first president of the party. The U.S. Republican Party
    • Had Aristotle as a tutor. Alexander the Great
    • Had Dwight Eisenhower as a member. The U.S. Republican Party
    • Had a son with Cleopatra. Julius Caesar
    • Had his views summarized in the quote "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." Voltaire
    • Had more than 15 million units built in Michigan. The Ford Model T
    • Had two centuries of peace called the Pax Romana. Ancient Rome
    • Has an olive branch in its insignia. The United Nations
    • Has an unknown cause of death, which is the source of much debate. King Tut
    • Has disciples pursue Nirvana. Buddhism
    • Has the symbol of a donkey. The U.S. Democratic Party
    • Have a calendar that ends in 2012. The Mayans
    • Held a PhD in theology. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Helped fund and begin the University of Chicago. John Rockefeller Sr.
    • Helped spark the Age of Enlightenment. Voltaire
    • Is a Portuguese explorer. Ferdinand Magellan
    • Is an ancestor of every monarch of England since his reign. William the Conqueror
    • Is credited with accidentally discovering the Americas while trying to find a shortcut to Asia. Christopher Columbus
    • Is credited with bringing the Roman Empire into its Golden Age. Augustus Caesar
    • Is famously credited for saying "I know that I know nothing." Socrates
    • Is featured on the HBO series Deadwood. Calamity Jane
    • Is listed higher on TIME's 100 Most Significant Figures in History, at #42. Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Is nicknamed the "Grand Old Party." The U.S. Republican Party
    • Is officially sponsoring the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in 2014. Coca-Cola
    • Is owned by Comcast. Universal Pictures
    • Is the home of the AMA, or "Ask Me Anything." Reddit
    • Is the namesake of the M4 Tank. General William Sherman
    • Is the older belief system, dating back to 1500 B.C. Hinduism
    • Is the oldest U.S. film studio. Universal Pictures
    • Is the only known human to have become fully accepted into chimpanzee society. Jane Goodall
    • Joined with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson to form The Highwaymen. Johnny Cash
    • Knighted Francis Drake after his voyage around the world. Queen Elizabeth I
    • Mandates its Security Council to "maintain peace." The United Nations
    • Never wrote any texts himself, instead having his ideas transcribed by students. Socrates
    • Occurred during King George V's reign. World War I
    • Occurred during the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. World War II
    • Offers the cereal Rice Krispies. Kellogg's
    • Operates a theme park in Florida. Universal Pictures
    • Organized the Standard Oil Company. John Rockefeller Sr.
    • Performed for Queen Victoria. Annie Oakley
    • Preferred sneak attacks and smaller weapons. Ninjas
    • Produced the Alien franchise. 20th Century Fox
    • Produced the first film version of Les Miserables in 1935. 20th Century Fox
    • Protects copyright holders using a technology called "Content ID." YouTube
    • Received a Medal of Honor. General Douglas MacArthur
    • Restored the Anglican Church as the church of England. Queen Elizabeth I
    • Sold more records worldwide, at over one billion. Elvis Presley
    • Solidified rules and regulations with the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009. The European Union
    • Spoke Nahuatl. The Aztecs
    • Starred in 33 films. Elvis Presley
    • Structured their empire with city states. The Mayans
    • Studied the stars. The Mayans
    • Trademarked its script logo in 1893, and still uses it today. Coca-Cola
    • Used non-violence as a form of protest earlier, in 1915. Mohandas Gandhi
    • Used prolonged fasting as a method of protest. Mohandas Gandhi
    • Uses "karma" to rate its users. Reddit
    • Was a direct descendant of Alexander the Great. Cleopatra
    • Was a member of the "First Triumvirate." Julius Caesar
    • Was a title character in a play written by William Shakespeare. Julius Caesar
    • Was a tutor to a thirteen-year-old Alexander the Great. Aristotle
    • Was adopted by Sitting Bull. Annie Oakley
    • Was born in Scotland. Andrew Carnegie
    • Was born more recently, in 1934. Jane Goodall
    • Was born with the last name Dzugashvili. Joseph Stalin
    • Was close with Julius Caesar. Cleopatra
    • Was divided into War and Peace factions during the Civil War. The U.S. Democratic Party
    • Was elected Chairman of the Board of Remington Rand. General Douglas MacArthur
    • Was founded as the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company. Kellogg's
    • Was founded earlier, in 1866. General Mills
    • Was home of the Colosseum. Ancient Rome
    • Was known as "The War to End All Wars". World War I
    • Was known for dressing in men's clothing. Calamity Jane
    • Was named Empress of India by her Prime Minister. Queen Victoria I
    • Was nicknamed the "Tin Lizzie." The Ford Model T
    • Was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 5 times, but never won it. Mohandas Gandhi
    • Was only in power for seven years. Vladimir Lenin
    • Was played on film by Joaquin Phoenix. Johnny Cash
    • Was portrayed by Colin Farrell in a 2004 historical drama. Alexander the Great
    • Was portrayed by Tony Steedman in the 1989 film Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Socrates
    • Was priced at $260 in 1924, making it widely affordable. The Ford Model T
    • Was purchased by Google for $1.65 Billion. YouTube
    • Was ruled by dictator Julius Caesar. Ancient Rome
    • Was the birthplace of democracy. Ancient Greece
    • Was the first American product to be produced and sold in the former Soviet Union. Pepsi
    • Was the first car that was not a modified stagecoach. The 1901 Mercedes 35HP
    • Was the first car to be produced on the revolutionary "moving assembly line." The Ford Model T
    • Was the first to circumnavigate the globe. Ferdinand Magellan
    • Was the first woman professor at the University of Paris. Marie Curie
    • Was the last active pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra
    • Was the longest reigning monarch in British history. Queen Victoria I
    • Was the subject of the film War Horse. World War I
    • Was the world's first billionaire. John Rockefeller Sr.
    • Was the youngest living inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Johnny Cash
    • Were generally mercenaries who worked for a fee. Ninjas
    • Were guided by an ancient code of ethics called the bushido. Samurais
    • Were invented by Karl Benz. Automobiles
    • Were invented earlier, in 1804. Locomotives
    • Were proven reliable by the inventor's wife, who famously traveled over 80 kilometers using one. Automobiles
    • Were warriors that belonged to a higher class of ancient Japanese society. Samurais
    • Witnessed soldiers storming Omaha Beach. World War II
    • Wore decorated metal clad suits of armor. Samurais
    • Worshipped Quetzalcoatl. The Aztecs
    • Wrote that, “The man who dies thus rich dies disgraced.” Andrew Carnegie
    • Wrote the philosophical novel Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Friedrich Nietzsche

    Arts & Literature
    • Advises readers to "Ask, Believe, and Receive." The Secret
    • Also writes under the male pseudonym "Robert Galbraith." J.K. Rowling
    • Appeared as himself on TV series The Simpsons. Alan Moore
    • As of 2014, has been made into a film six times. Phantom of the Opera
    • As of 2014, has had more novels adapted to film, at 23. Danielle Steel
    • As of 2014, has made more money than any film or play in history with a revenue of $5.6 Billion. Phantom of the Opera
    • As of 2014, is Broadway's longest running musical. Phantom of the Opera
    • As of 2014, is the best-selling living author. Danielle Steel
    • Authored the Max and Martha series, a collection of illustrated children's books. Danielle Steel
    • Befriended J.R.R. Tolkien in 1925. C.S. Lewis
    • Began her career writing for children's television shows. Suzanne Collins
    • Boasts Swan Lake and The Nutcracker as two of its most famous pieces. Ballet Dance
    • Built a wooden horse. The Greeks
    • Co-wrote a collection of poetry under the pseudonym "Bell." Charlotte Bronte
    • Composed Cats, Evita, and Phantom of the Opera. Andrew Lloyd Webber
    • Composed Sweeney Todd, Into The Woods, and Company. Stephen Sondheim
    • Contains the famous quote, "To be, or not to be." Hamlet
    • Created comics based on the BioWare video game franchise Mass Effect. Dark Horse Comics
    • Created the character Hellboy, who was played by Ron Perlman on film. Dark Horse Comics
    • Created the characters from the animated TV series Teen Titans. DC Comics
    • Created the charity We Can Be Heroes. DC Comics
    • Created the famous renaissance sculpture known as David. Michelangelo Buonarroti
    • Created the opera Don Giovanni. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Dated Lana Lang. Superman
    • Debuted in the comic Action Comics Vol. 1 #1. Superman
    • Declares "I am fortune's fool!" Romeo
    • Designed New York's Guggenheim Museum. Frank Lloyd Wright
    • Designed the Glass House. Philip Johnson
    • Died at just 35, young even for his time. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Died before his wildly successful Millennium Trilogy was published. Stieg Larsson
    • Directed the film The Spirit and co-directed Sin City. Frank Miller
    • Donated more than 2000 works to the Museum of Modern Art. Philip Johnson
    • Ends with the line "And that has made all the difference." The poem "The Road Not Taken"
    • Evolved from African dance. Jazz Dance
    • Experienced his first epileptic seizure at age nine. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    • Famously reinvented Batman with the The Dark Knight Returns comic series. Frank Miller
    • Featured the love interest Peeta Mellark as a supporting character. The Hunger Games
    • Features a character named The Comedian. The Comic Watchmen
    • Features a muggle named Dudley. The Harry Potter Book Series
    • Features a talking tree named Treebeard. The Lord of the Rings Book Series
    • Features a werewolf named Fenrir. The Harry Potter Book Series
    • Features a wizard named Grindelwald. The Harry Potter Book Series
    • Features more talking animals. The Chronicles of Narnia Book Series
    • Features the battle of Helm's Deep. The Lord of the Rings Book Series
    • Features the famous characters Pip and Miss Havisham. Great Expectations
    • Focuses on staying present in the moment. The Power of Now
    • Follows Captain John Yossarian. Catch-22
    • Found fame with his first published book, Carrie. Stephen King
    • Guest starred in a Season 12 episode of the TV series The Simpsons. Stephen King
    • Had Bob Fosse as one of its most famous choreographers. Jazz Dance
    • Had a film adaptation starring Ashley Judd and Kate Winslet. Divergent
    • Had a novel sell 8.3 million copies in its first 24 hours. J.K. Rowling
    • Had her first novel rejected by 12 publishing companies before finally being accepted. J.K. Rowling
    • Had his character Lisbeth Salander portrayed by Rooney Mara. Stieg Larsson
    • Had his character Robert Langdon portrayed by Tom Hanks. Dan Brown
    • Has a film adaptation that won the Academy Award for best picture in 2003. Chicago
    • Has a sequel. Eat, Pray, Love
    • Has been named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World. Dan Brown
    • Has more copies of his novels in print, at more than 200 million. Dan Brown
    • Has sold more copies, at over 20 million. The Secret
    • Helped design the Seagram Building. Philip Johnson
    • Included a choral version of the poem "Ode to Joy" in his ninth symphony. Ludwig van Beethoven
    • Involves breaking up and reassembling objects in an abstracted form. Cubism Art
    • Is 13 years old. Juliet
    • Is Benvolio's best friend. Romeo
    • Is Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy. Macbeth
    • Is a longer series, with seven books. The Chronicles of Narnia Book Series
    • Is a work of fiction. The Help
    • Is an only child. Veronica
    • Is blonde. Betty
    • Is commemorated on its own holiday, Bloomsday. Ulysses
    • Is considered a cursed play. Macbeth
    • Is cousins with Tybalt. Juliet
    • Is good friends with Jughead. Betty
    • Is known as "Mars" in Roman mythology. Ares
    • Is much older, dating back to around 1500. Ballet Dance
    • Is named for the French word for "rebirth." Renaissance Art
    • Is partially based on Homer's poem, "The Odyssey." Ulysses
    • Is rich. Veronica
    • Is set in North America. The Twilight Book Series
    • Is set in Scotland. Macbeth
    • Is set in an unspecified year in a dystopian future. Fahrenheit 451
    • Is the author of the Odd Thomas series. Dean Koontz
    • Is the deity of wisdom. Athena
    • Is the namesake of a Greek city. Athena
    • Mentors the young crime-fighter Robin. Batman
    • Owns the Theatre Royal and the London Palladium. Andrew Lloyd Webber
    • Painted The Mona Lisa, the most famous portrait of all time. Leonardo da Vinci
    • Painted the Creation of Adam fresco, forming part of the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Michelangelo Buonarroti
    • Produced Michelangelo's David and da Vinci's Mona Lisa. Renaissance Art
    • Published her first four novels anonymously. Jane Austen
    • Rebooted all existing monthly comics in 2011, calling the new series The New 52. DC Comics
    • Said "parting is such sweet sorrow." Juliet
    • Served eight years of Siberian exile followed by a term of compulsory military service. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    • Shared a screenwriting credit for the Hunger Games film. Suzanne Collins
    • Sided with the Trojans during the Trojan War. Ares
    • Started a war by kidnapping Helen. The Trojans
    • Started his own imprints, Mad Love Publishing and America's Best Comics. Alan Moore
    • Takes place during the 1960's in Mississippi. The Help
    • Takes place in a dystopian Chicago. Divergent
    • Thought "Philosopher-Kings" should rule over the people. Plato
    • Traveled to Paris, London, and Zurich to perform as a child prodigy at age six. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Uses a distinctive non-chronological storytelling. Catch-22
    • Uses moves such as the Plié and Pirouette. Ballet Dance
    • Uses the Aegis as a shield. Athena
    • Was Dante's guide in the epic poem "Inferno." Virgil
    • Was a part of the historical movement that marked the end of the Middle Ages. Renaissance Art
    • Was a prominent character in the 2009 Ubisoft game Assassin's Creed II. Leonardo da Vinci
    • Was a student of Socrates. Plato
    • Was adapted to film earlier, in 2005. The Comic Sin City
    • Was almost entirely black and white. The Comic Sin City
    • Was bestowed by the Lady of the Lake. Excalibur
    • Was born in Pennsylvania, USA. Dean Koontz
    • Was born in Sri Lanka. Michael Ondaatje
    • Was commissioned by the Roman Emperor Augustus to write "The Aeneid." Virgil
    • Was deaf later in life. Ludwig van Beethoven
    • Was described in Through the Looking Glass. Vorpal Sword
    • Was famous for integrating nature into his buildings. Frank Lloyd Wright
    • Was featured in the collection Leaves of Grass. The poem "O Captain! My Captain!"
    • Was founded by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. Cubism Art
    • Was introduced earlier, at the same time as Archie and Jughead. Betty
    • Was killed by Doomsday. Superman
    • Was made as a film before the book version. The Secret
    • Was made into a movie earlier, in 2010. Eat, Pray, Love
    • Was named the best English language novel of the 20th century by the Modern Library. Ulysses
    • Was originally directed by Bob Fosse. Chicago
    • Was portrayed by Christian Bale in the films that Christopher Nolan directed. Batman
    • Was published by Dark Horse Comics. The Comic Sin City
    • Was published earlier, in 1861. Great Expectations
    • Was published earlier, in 1953. Fahrenheit 451
    • Was published earlier, in 1997. The Power of Now
    • Was published earlier, in 2008. The Hunger Games
    • Was the basis for Tom Stoppard's play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Hamlet
    • Was the namesake of the orange masked ninja in the children's TV series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Michelangelo Buonarroti
    • Was translated from the Welsh word "caledfwlch." Excalibur
    • Was used to slay the Jabberwocky. Vorpal Sword
    • Was written as an elegy for U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. The poem "O Captain! My Captain!"
    • Was written by Alan Moore. The Comic Watchmen
    • Was written by C.S. Lewis. The Chronicles of Narnia Book Series
    • Was written by Elizabeth Gilbert. Eat, Pray, Love
    • Was written by Ray Bradbury. Fahrenheit 451
    • Was written by Robert Frost. The poem "The Road Not Taken"
    • Was written by Stephanie Meyer. The Twilight Book Series
    • Was written by Suzanne Collins. The Hunger Games
    • Was written in iambic tetrameter. The poem "The Road Not Taken"
    • Went "snicker-snack." Vorpal Sword
    • Were aided by Athena. The Greeks
    • Were championed by Achilles. The Greeks
    • Were led by Hector in battle. The Trojans
    • Won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Stephen Sondheim
    • Won seven Tony Awards. Andrew Lloyd Webber
    • Won the first Hugo Award ever given to a graphic novel for his work, Watchmen. Alan Moore
    • Wrote Emma. Jane Austen
    • Wrote Jane Eyre. Charlotte Bronte
    • Wrote Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen
    • Wrote The Republic. Plato
    • Wrote a non-fiction memoir with brother Micah, titled Three Weeks With My Brother. Nicholas Sparks
    • Wrote the 1864 existentialist novel Notes from Underground. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    • Wrote the 1869 novel War and Peace. Leo Tolstoy
    • Wrote the 1877 novel Anna Karenina. Leo Tolstoy
    • Wrote the book [I]Prison Of Ice under the pen name David Axton. Dean Koontz
    • Wrote the book Prince Caspian. C.S. Lewis
    • Wrote the book The English Patient. Michael Ondaatje
    • Wrote the book The Last Battle. C.S. Lewis
    • Wrote the novel The Notebook. Nicholas Sparks

    Science & Nature
    • Accumulate in layers over long periods of time. Sedimentary Rocks
    • Are a member of the family Characidae. Piranhas
    • Are an endangered species. Great White Sharks
    • Are believed to be at the center of each galaxy. Black Holes
    • Are better adapted to living in seawater. Crocodiles
    • Are called a "murder" when in a group. Crows
    • Are descendants of gray wolves. Dogs
    • Are formed when magma or lava cools and hardens. Igneous Rocks
    • Are generally darker in skin color. Alligators
    • Are generally nocturnal, flying at night. Moths
    • Are generally smaller. Monkeys
    • Are huge explosions that destroy stars. Supernovas
    • Are known for their soaring abilities. Ravens
    • Are mammals. Whales
    • Are more aggressive. Crocodiles
    • Are more rare. Solar Eclipses
    • Are mostly nocturnal. Owls
    • Are named after the Latin word for "poison." Viruses
    • Are omnivores. Dogs
    • Are only natively found in the U.S. and China. Alligators
    • Are owned by the James Bond villain Blofeld. Piranhas
    • Are predators by nature. Wasps
    • Are the closest living relative to the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Chickens
    • Are the smallest of the four "big cats." Leopards
    • Are thought to have a singularity at their centers. Black Holes
    • Are typically smaller. Moths
    • Are where most fossils are found. Sedimentary Rocks
    • As of 2014, are listed closer to extinction on the IUCN Red List. Tigers
    • As of 2014, has more monthly users. Facebook
    • As of 2014, is the most widely used web browser in the world. Google Chrome
    • Bought the mobile messaging service WhatsApp for $19 billion. Facebook
    • Can also be panthers if their fur has a black pigment. Leopards
    • Can be found swimming in fresh water. Piranhas
    • Can cause the condition strep throat. Bacteria
    • Can damage your eyes. Solar Eclipses
    • Can grow taller, up to 378 feet tall. Giant Redwood Trees
    • Can live longer, up to 3000 years. Giant Sequoia Trees
    • Can only occur during a new moon. Solar Eclipses
    • Can reproduce by either seed or sprout. Giant Redwood Trees
    • Can sting multiple times without dying. Wasps
    • Can turn their heads almost 360 degrees, but can't turn their eyes. Owls
    • Cannot be killed with antibiotics. Viruses
    • Cause the common cold. Viruses
    • Coined the term "collective unconscious." Carl Jung
    • Conceived the transformative Three Laws of Motion. Isaac Newton
    • Contains penguins. The Antarctic Circle
    • Contains the North Pole. The Arctic Circle
    • Count chimpanzees among their species. Apes
    • Created his first invention at age 12. Alexander Graham Bell
    • Developed a metal jacket to assist patients with lung problems. Alexander Graham Bell
    • Discovered the moon was a sphere. Galileo
    • Don't reach reproductive age until 12 to 15 years old. Sharks
    • Drops to a colder average temperature. The Antarctic Circle
    • First endorsed the "hashtag," a feature proposed by a user of the website. Twitter
    • First popularized the concepts of introversion and extraversion. Carl Jung
    • Followed Captain Hook in the 1911 J.M. Barrie novel Peter Pan. Crocodiles
    • Had its design famously assisted on by Thomas Watson. The Telephone
    • Had its first version announced in January 2007. Apple iOS
    • Happened earlier and had no polar ice caps. The Triassic Period
    • Has a cerebellum. The Brain
    • Has a chemical symbol of H. Hydrogen
    • Has a coil named after him which is commonly used in radio and television sets. Nikola Tesla
    • Has a crash screen which recites the famous Star Trek quote "He's dead, Jim!" Google Chrome
    • Has a dedication in the 1999 film Anywhere But Here starring Natalie Portman and Susan Sarandon. Steve Jobs
    • Has a digital assistant named Siri. Apple iOS
    • Has a higher average density. The Moon
    • Has an atria. The Heart
    • Has been nicknamed "The Father of Modern Science." Galileo
    • Has releases named after delicious desserts. Google Android
    • Has the sickle as its astrological symbol. Saturn
    • Has two GRAIL spacecrafts orbiting it. The Moon
    • Have a breeding season dependent on the hemisphere. Cats
    • Have a flatter, more streamlined shell. Turtles
    • Have a longer average life span. Ravens
    • Have a longer lifespan. Tortoises
    • Have a pattern on their heads which resembles the Chinese character for "King." Tigers
    • Have a phenomenon named after them, claiming that minor actions can lead to larger consequences. Butterflies
    • Have a scientific name that translates to "sharp tooth." Great White Sharks
    • Have a smaller wingspan. Crows
    • Have a species which is the smallest known adult insect. Wasps
    • Have a strong bond between mother and young. Whales
    • Have an opposable front toe, like a human's thumb. Owls
    • Have flat feet and are more suited to living on land than water. Tortoises
    • Have hairy bodies and legs. Bees
    • Have hatchlings that stay in the nest on their own for 90-120 days. Turtles
    • Have more species. Monkeys
    • Have more species. Moths
    • Have no tails. Apes
    • Have over 200 distinct noises for communicating. Chickens
    • Have skeletons made of cartilage. Sharks
    • Have so much gravity that light cannot escape them. Black Holes
    • Have thicker bark, up to three feet thick. Giant Sequoia Trees
    • Help with digestion. Bacteria
    • Hold their wings together above their body when resting. Butterflies
    • Include coal as one of their forms. Sedimentary Rocks
    • Include obsidian as one of their forms. Igneous Rocks
    • Includes our species, Homo sapiens. Apes
    • Invented the incandescent light bulb. Thomas Edison
    • Invented the laser beam. Nikola Tesla
    • Is a key component of Albert Einstein's famous equation E=MC². Mass
    • Is a noble gas. Helium
    • Is also known as Roscosmos. Russian Federal Space Agency
    • Is an open source project. Google Android
    • Is commonly referred to as "The Father of Psychoanalysis." Sigmund Freud
    • Is credited with the invention of the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell
    • Is divided into four chambers. The Heart
    • Is emitted by mercury lamps and black lights. Ultraviolet Light
    • Is home to 90 percent of the world's ice. The Antarctic Circle
    • Is home to polar bears. The Arctic Circle
    • Is measured by an electrocardiograph. The Heart
    • Is measured in newtons. Weight
    • Is named after the Roman god of agriculture. Saturn
    • Is named in the United Nations' "Outer Space Treaty." The Moon
    • Is near-zero when in deep space. Weight
    • Is popularly known as "heat radiation." Infrared Light
    • Is responsible for sun tans. Ultraviolet Light
    • Is the lighter of the two. Hydrogen
    • Is the most abundant substance in the universe. Hydrogen
    • Is the same regardless of what planet you're on. Mass
    • Is used in nuclear power plants. Nuclear Fission
    • Is utilized by night-vision goggles. Infrared Light
    • Landed Viking 1 on Mars in 1976. NASA
    • Last longer. Lunar Eclipses
    • Launched a line of computers named Lisa, rumored to be named after his daughter. Steve Jobs
    • Live in geometric wax hives. Bees
    • Lost most of his hearing by age 14. Thomas Edison
    • Occurs in stars, such as the sun. Nuclear Fusion
    • Operated the space station Skylab. NASA
    • Powers over 1 billion phones and tablets. Google Android
    • Predate dinosaurs by 200 million years. Sharks
    • Presented the theory of the Id, the Ego, and the Super-Ego. Sigmund Freud
    • Produces more radioactive particles. Nuclear Fission
    • Promoted direct current over alternating current. Thomas Edison
    • Proposed a theory that black holes could evaporate through radiation. Stephen Hawking
    • Proposed the Special Theory of Relativity. Albert Einstein
    • Releases three to four times more energy. Nuclear Fusion
    • Saw the rise of the Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, and Velociraptor. The Cretaceous Period
    • Saw the world's first flowering plants grow. The Cretaceous Period
    • Sent and received the first wireless message across the Atlantic Ocean. Guglielmo Marconi
    • Sent the Curiosity rover to Mars. NASA
    • Sometimes allow you to see a "corona." Solar Eclipses
    • Splits a large atom into two or more smaller ones. Nuclear Fission
    • Started a foundation in 2000 which has donated over $40 billion to various charities. Bill Gates
    • Thrive in higher elevations. Giant Sequoia Trees
    • Trains astronauts at Star City. Russian Federal Space Agency
    • Was a Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Stephen Hawking
    • Was born in Switzerland. Carl Jung
    • Was co-founded by Jack Dorsey. Twitter
    • Was convicted of heresy by the Catholic Church. Galileo
    • Was created from the remnants of Netscape Navigator. Mozilla Firefox
    • Was discovered in 1800 by William Herschel. Infrared Light
    • Was dyslexic. Steve Jobs
    • Was famous for his law of gravitation. Isaac Newton
    • Was first publicly demonstrated on New Year's Eve. The Light Bulb
    • Was host to only one giant continent, known as Pangaea. The Triassic Period
    • Was invented by a teacher from Boston who'd never invented anything before. The Telephone
    • Was invented by the "Wizard of Menlo Park," Thomas Edison. The Light Bulb
    • Was invented earlier by several years, in 1876. The Telephone
    • Was named after the Greek god of the sun. Helium
    • Was originally named Phoenix. Mozilla Firefox
    • Was recognized as TIME magazine's "Person of the Century" in 1999. Albert Einstein
    • Was released earlier, in 2002. Mozilla Firefox
    • Was the period in which dinosaurs first evolved. The Triassic Period
    • Was the subject of the 2010 film The Social Network. Facebook
    • Weighs 1.3 kg on average. The Brain
    • Were domesticated earlier. Dogs
    • Were famously portrayed as teenage mutants in a popular children's TV series. Turtles
    • Were first domesticated in ancient Egypt. Cats
    • Were last observed in our galaxy in 1604 by Kepler. Supernovas
    • Were the species of a main character in the 2001 novel Life of Pi. Tigers
    • Were the subject of a narrative poem by Edgar Allan Poe. Ravens
    • When divided by volume, gives density. Mass
    • Won the Nobel Prize in Physics. Guglielmo Marconi
    • Worked as a patent clerk in his youth. Albert Einstein
    • Wrote the 1999 book Business @ the Speed of Thought. Bill Gates

    Sports & Leisure
    • Allows fighting on the ground. Mixed Martial Arts
    • Allows players to carry the bat when they run. Cricket
    • Appeared in the 2010 film The Other Guys. The Rock
    • Are rivals with the Dolphins. The New York Jets
    • As of 2014, has more monthly players, at 67 million. League of Legends
    • Attended Michigan State University. Magic Johnson
    • Awards the William Webb Ellis Cup to its champions. Rugby
    • Beat the other in two of the three bouts between them. Muhammad Ali
    • Can either be Autobots or Decepticons. Transformers
    • Can end in a tie, and last did in 1989. Golf's Ryder Cup
    • Commonly wears a handlebar mustache. Hulk Hogan
    • Does not assign importance to suits. Black Jack
    • Donated $400 million to underprivileged children in Brazil. Ayrton Senna
    • Features Desmond Miles fighting Templars. The Assassin's Creed Video Game Series
    • Features Sam Fisher wearing night vision goggles. The Splinter Cell Video Game Series
    • Features playable races such as the Zerg and the Protoss. StarCraft
    • Fight against COBRA. G.I. Joe
    • First played at Newton Heath. Manchester United F.C.
    • Had 122 countries represented in 2014. Tennis's Davis Cup
    • Had Adam Scott as the male player of the year in 2013. Golf
    • Had Joe Namath play for them. The New York Jets
    • Had a playable April Fools joke called Ultra Rapid Fire. League of Legends
    • Had generated more then $2.5 billion in quarters by the 1990's. Pac-Man
    • Had its TV episodes end with the phrase, "Now you know, and knowing is half the battle." G.I. Joe
    • Had more Grand Prix wins, claiming 41 victories. Ayrton Senna
    • Had more career wins and more knockouts. Muhammad Ali
    • Has a "pitch" that's a part of the field, not a play. Cricket
    • Has a drink named after him, which is a mix of iced tea and lemonade. Arnold Palmer
    • Has an international federation with a governing body of 72 members. Ice Hockey
    • Has athletes play a west coast style offense. Football
    • Has been hosted in Sochi, Russia. The Winter Olympics
    • Has cars that weigh more, at up to 3400 pounds. Nascar Racing
    • Has cars with higher top speeds, at up to 205 mph. Formula One Racing
    • Has designed more golf courses, at 290. Jack Nicklaus
    • Has had a book on the New York Times Best Seller list. Venus Williams
    • Has more drivers per race, at up to 50. Nascar Racing
    • Has the record for most consecutive weeks at number one in world rankings, with 237 weeks. Roger Federer
    • Has tracks that turn both right and left. Formula One Racing
    • Has two teams: Europe and the U.S.A. Golf's Ryder Cup
    • Has won 23 of their 33 head-to-head matches. Rafael Nadal
    • Has won all four grand slams in her career. Serena Williams
    • Has won both a gold and silver medal in the Olympics. Roger Federer
    • Has won more grand slams, at 17. Serena Williams
    • Has won more grand slams, with 17 wins. Roger Federer
    • Have not won a championship as of 2014. The Winnipeg Jets
    • Have a digital Hall of Fame for their characters. Transformers
    • Have been relegated from the Premier League. Manchester City F.C.
    • Have won 20 league titles. Manchester United F.C.
    • Heavily features home runs. Baseball
    • Includes "Leaving No Trace" in its list of Ten Principles. Burning Man Music Festival
    • Includes the organization Abstergo. The Assassin's Creed Video Game Series
    • Includes the organization Third Echelon. The Splinter Cell Video Game Series
    • Includes the sport of aerials as an event. The Winter Olympics
    • Instructs players to "do what is fair" in the R&A administered rule book. Golf
    • Involves bluffing. Poker
    • Involves players avoiding "busting." Black Jack
    • Is Brazil's largest export. Coffee
    • Is actually named Dwayne Johnson. The Rock
    • Is also known as 21. Black Jack
    • Is an Olympic sport. Boxing
    • Is featured in an exhibition by the Smithsonian Institution. Pac-Man
    • Is known as the "sweet science." Boxing
    • Is older by one year. Venus Williams
    • Is played on a brown clay that lets players slide around the court. French Open
    • Is played on grass courts. Wimbledon
    • Is played with a flat bat. Cricket
    • Is raced in 19 countries on 4 continents. Formula One Racing
    • Is sanctioned by the WBA, WBC and WBO. Boxing
    • Is the older game, first played in 1697. Cricket
    • Is the only Grand Slam that doesn't allow tie-breakers in the final set. Wimbledon
    • Is the world's largest annual international team competition. Tennis's Davis Cup
    • Is the world's second most valuable traded commodity. Coffee
    • Is where "The Dream Team" played basketball. The Summer Olympics
    • Is where Julia Lipnitskaia won gold for Russia. The Winter Olympics
    • Is where Roger Federer won gold in the men's doubles tennis event. The Summer Olympics
    • Limits championship fights to five rounds. Mixed Martial Arts
    • Married a Spice Girl. David Beckham
    • Originally took place on Baker Beach, near the Golden Gate Bridge. Burning Man Music Festival
    • Play at Old Trafford. Manchester United F.C.
    • Play ice hockey. The Winnipeg Jets
    • Played Minor League Baseball. Michael Jordan
    • Played for Manchester United. David Beckham
    • Played for the Chicago Bulls. Michael Jordan
    • Played for the Los Angeles Lakers. Magic Johnson
    • Popularized the term "action figure". G.I. Joe
    • Presented acts such as Beck, Rage Against The Machine, and Tool during its first festival. Coachella Valley Music Festival
    • Primarily wear blue. Manchester City F.C.
    • Ranks the royal flush as its best hand. Poker
    • Regularly lends his voice to animated TV series such as American Dad and Robot Chicken. Hulk Hogan
    • Rewards its World Champions with the Summoner's Cup. League of Legends
    • Starred in the film Space Jam. Michael Jordan
    • Takes place annually in Nevada's Black Rock Desert. Burning Man Music Festival
    • Takes place at Rolland Garros. French Open
    • Was a college football player for the University of Miami. The Rock
    • Was a member of three World Cup Championship teams. Pelé
    • Was awarded the International Peace Award for his work with UNICEF. Pelé
    • Was born Cassius Clay. Muhammad Ali
    • Was condemned by the clergy until Pope Clement VIII gave it papal approval. Coffee
    • Was developed by Konami. Frogger
    • Was discovered in 2737 BC by Chinese Emperor Shen-Nung. Tea
    • Was effectively banned from boxing for refusing to serve in the Vietnam War. Muhammad Ali
    • Was famously played by Joe Namath. Football
    • Was famously played by Jonah Lomu. Rugby
    • Was famously played by Wayne Gretzky. Ice Hockey
    • Was formed more recently. Coachella Valley Music Festival
    • Was introduced into the Olympics first. Golf
    • Was kidnapped by Cuban revolutionaries, who released him unharmed. Juan Manuel Fangio
    • Was named FIFA Co-Player of the Century. Pelé
    • Was named athlete of the century by Sports Illustrated. Jack Nicklaus
    • Was nicknamed El Maestro. Juan Manuel Fangio
    • Was organized into a union in 1871. Rugby
    • Was originally conceived at Harvard University. Tennis's Davis Cup
    • Was released earlier, in 1980. Pac-Man
    • Was released earlier, in 2002. The Splinter Cell Video Game Series
    • Was released first, in 1998. StarCraft
    • Was the setting and title of a 2004 film starring Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany. Wimbledon
    • Was the subject of an episode of the popular sitcom Seinfeld. Frogger
    • Was thrown into the Boston Harbor preceding the American Revolutionary War. Tea
    • Were originally named The Titans. The New York Jets
    • Won a gold medal in the 1964 Olympics. Joe Frazier
    • Won four consecutive French Open titles, twice. Rafael Nadal
    • Won more F1 Championships, with five wins. Juan Manuel Fangio
    • Won more majors, at 18. Jack Nicklaus
    • Won more senior tournaments, at 12. Arnold Palmer
    • Won their first professional match against the other. Venus Williams
  • Posted on 30 May 15 at 06:12
    What does the cantonese name of the city of hong kong, pictured here, translate to in english?

    Fragrant Harbor
  • Posted on 30 May 15 at 06:14
    What James directed the movies Titanic and Avatar?

    Cameron.
  • Posted on 30 May 15 at 06:41
    Were championed by Achilles - The Greeks
    Were led by Hector in battle - The Trojans
    Built a wooden horse - The Greeks
    Were aided by Athena - The Greeks
    Landed an unmanned rover on the moon in 2013 - China
  • SpilnerSpilner853,843
    Posted on 30 May 15 at 09:14, Edited on 22 October 15 at 13:08 by Spilner
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  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 06:12, Edited on 02 June 15 at 06:26 by MrCoolness3
    Quickstarter & Switchagories

    Entertainment
    • What Law & Order star was a real cop in Chicago for 18 years before he played one on TV? Dennis Farina

    Science and Nature
    • What color does litmus paper turn when it comes into contact with an acid? Red

    History
    • What French king, depicted here, was known as the Sun King? Louis XIV
    MrCoolness
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 06:35
    Close Call

    Art & Literature
    • In Greek mythology, which of these labors did Heracles complete earliest? Defeated the Nemean lion
    MrCoolness
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 07:05
    Rapid Fire

    • Is 13 years old. Juliet
    MrCoolness
  • SpilnerSpilner853,843
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 12:18
    Added in thank you, appreciate you formatting the text too smile
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 17:56, Edited on 02 June 15 at 19:15 by MrCoolness3
    @Spilner Your welcome smile


    Quickstarter & Switchagories

    Art & Literature
    • What prolific inventor began publishing the folksy, practical Poor Richard's Almanack in 1732? Ben Franklin

    Entertainment
    • What fictional mineral was sought by the Sky People in Avatar? Unobtainium

    Geography
    • What is Canada's largest island? Baffin
    • What are two most widely spoken languages in South America? Portuguese & Spanish
    • The highest weather temperature ever recorded was 134oF in what country? US
    MrCoolness
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 19:02
    Grab Bag

    Sports and Leisure
    • Which of these colors are karate belt colors? Black, Red, Blue, White, Brown, Green, Orange, Yellow
    MrCoolness
  • SpilnerSpilner853,843
    Posted on 02 June 15 at 19:25
    Added in smile
  • Posted on 03 June 15 at 00:31
    Quickstarter
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    Entertainment
    What pop singer refers to her fans as 'little monsters'?
    Lady Gaga

    Which ship took Charles Darwin on his voyage to the Galapagos Islands?
    Beagle

    Science
    In which discipline can you NOT win a Nobel Prize?
    Mathematics

    History
    What 18th-centure fountain, pictured here, yields aroudn $3,500 a day for Italian charities?
    Trevi Fountain

    Art
    Which of the following types of theater is NOT Japanese?
    Kathakali


    Close Call
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    Sports and Leisure
    Which of these videogame consoles was released the earliest?
    The Magnavox Odyssey

    Arts and Literature
    Which book in the series Harry Potter by J.K Rowling was the earliest?
    Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone

    Grab Bag
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    Science
    Which of these books were written by Stephen Hawking?
    A Brief History of Time, George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt, The Universe in a Nutshell, On the Shoulders of Giants, The Grand Design, A Briefer History of Time, God Created the Integers, My Brief History
  • SpilnerSpilner853,843
    Posted on 03 June 15 at 00:41
    Added in, thank you
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 03 June 15 at 04:46, Edited on 03 June 15 at 05:15 by MrCoolness3
    Quickstarter & Switchagories

    Geography
    • The "Sleeping Giant" can be found off the coast of which Canadian city? Thunder Bay, Ontario

    Sports and Leisure
    • What popular logic puzzle, pictured here, takes its name from the Japanese for "unique number"? Sudoku

    Science and Nature
    • What company mostly known for its cars created the humanoid robot ASIMO? Honda

    History
    • What city is home to the world's first underground passenger train system? London
    MrCoolness
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 03 June 15 at 05:01, Edited on 03 June 15 at 05:36 by MrCoolness3
    Rapid Fire

    • Uses a distinctive non-chronological storytelling. Catch-22
    • Follows the Brady, the Horton, and the DiMera families. Days of Our Lives
    • Died at just 35, young even for his time. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    MrCoolness
  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3977,190
    Posted on 03 June 15 at 05:22
    Close Call

    Entertainment
    • Which of these actors was born the earliest? Sean Connery
    MrCoolness
  • SpilnerSpilner853,843
    Posted on 03 June 15 at 09:26
    Added in, thanks again!
  • Posted on 03 June 15 at 20:20, Edited on 03 June 15 at 20:21 by Psyched Chicken
    Rapid Fire - Who played as himself in The Simpsons -
    A- Alan Moore

    This one screwed me out of the achievement.
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